Bruno Major – A Song For Every Moon

Labels: July Records / AWAL Recordings
Number of Tracks: 4
Total Time: 13:29
Formats: Non-Commercial, NPR
Available Date & Time: April 25, 2018 10:00 AM ET
Impact Date: April 30, 2018
Country: USA

A Song For Every Moon


Focus Tracks: "Easily" / "Home" / "Just The Same" /
"Cold Blood"

"blissful" – Billboard

"timeless pop songwriting" – Pigeons and Planes

"poignant…heart-rending" – Boston Globe

"sobering, dusky musings…tremendous vocals" – Clash

London singer-songwriter Bruno Major recently wrapped the first leg of his debut North American tour. The sold-out run of dates ended with a pair of packed shows at NYC’s Bowery Ballroom and Rough Trade. He’ll return to the U.S. later this year for an 18-date run that will kick off in San Jose on May 25, and see stops in Pittsburgh, Austin, Washington D.C., Houston, Las Vegas and at Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival.

It’s been an incredible start to 2018 for the rising artist, whose latest project, achingly vulnerable, 12-song R&B-inspired collection, ‘A Song For Every Moon’ was released in August.

Bruno was hand-selected by Sam Smith to support the pop star on his UK "The Thrill of It All" arena tour this Spring, which will conclude with two sold-out nights at London’s O2 Arena in April. Read more on Bruno’s journey via Billboard

In other firsts for the artist-to-watch, Bruno made his late-night TV debut with a mesmerizing performance of his ballad "Easily" on The Late Late Show with James Corden. Corden called his fellow Englishman an "unbelievably talented singer-songwriter" with a "beautifully soulful voice."

And Sam Smith and James Corden aren’t Bruno’s only notable fans. New Zealand DJ and producer Zane Lowe also recently included Bruno on his Breaking Artists list, alongside CUCO, George FitzGerald, Bishop Nehru and others rising stars.

Additionally, Bruno unveiled stunning new visuals for his track, "Places We Won’t Walk." The video, a collaboration with acclaimed Dutch filmmaker, Jan Van Ijken, features the murmurations of starlings for a seamless visual accompaniment to Bruno’s spine-tingling vocals and sparse piano. Watch "Places We Won’t Walk" via The Independent:

To top it all off, Bruno was featured on the most recent cover of Music Week, for a special "I Am My Own Label" issue in collaboration with AWAL spotlighting music’s most innovative independent artists.

Bruno Major 2018 tour dates:

May 25 / San Jose, CA / The Ritz

May 26 / Sacramento, CA / Holy Diver

May 28 / Salt Lake City, UT / Kilby Court

May 29 / Denver, CO / Larimer Lounge

May 31 / Minneapolis, MN / 7th Street Entry

Jun. 01 / Madison, WI / High Noon Saloon

Jun. 02 / Detroit, MI / Marble Bar

Jun. 03 / Toronto, ON / The Great Hall

Jun. 04 / Pittsburgh, PA / Club Cafe

Jun. 05 / Washington D.C. / U Street Music Hall

Jun. 07 / Charlotte, NC / Neighborhood Theatre

Jun. 08 / Atlanta, GA / Aisle 5

Jun. 10 / Manchester, TN / Bonnaroo

Jun. 11 / Houston, TX / White Oak Music Hall

Jun. 12 / Austin, TX / Stubbs Jr.

Jun. 13 / Dallas, TX / Three Links

Jun. 15 / Phoenix, AZ / Valley Bar

Jun. 16 / Las Vegas, NV / Bunk House

Fall tour will be announced May 21!

Bruno Major on the web:

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