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The Brown Girl and Other Folk Songs

(Independent release, May 2022)

‘Deft and accomplished’Rock n’ Reel, 5/5

‘…one of those rare records that feels perfectly weighted, entirely free of anything
extraneous… the whole thing feels lighter than air’
Folk Radio UK

‘Bewitching and otherworldly… Morrison’s voice is eerily confiding, strangely
present, insistent even at its quietest’
- Folk Radio UK

‘Abundant with meaning and feeling…masters the precision of storytelling, as well as
its poetry…
 - The Guardian, 4/5 stars

‘…has the hushed intensity of a seance, as if she’s channeling the spirits of the dead’
James Hadfield, Ele-King Magazine, Japan

‘A hypnotic performance’ -

‘Morrison has stunning control over the emotional depths of these songs. Her
musicianship is equally impressive…’
- Folk Radio UK

‘Morrison’s voice, already a thing of beauty, has never sounded so close… while
whatever accompaniment she chooses… fashions the starkest of frames around her’

Goldmine Magazine

‘Dark, unsettling folk that verges on the hymnal’ - BBC Introducing

The Sorrow Songs, Folk Songs of Black British Experience

(Topic Records, October 2022)


“...a startling record of resistance, rebellion and celebration”The Guardian, Folk Album of the Year (2022)

"Unequivocally one of the finest and most important folk albums of this, or indeed any, year" -


"A ground-breaking album" -


"The most anticipated folk album of the year. A triumph" -


"Truly revolutionary" - New Internationalist

‘A triumph of research, determination, going against the odds, fabulous songwriting
and musicianship, and above all, humility’

‘The Sorrow Songs : Folk Songs of Black British Experience may be the most
anticipated folk album of the year’

‘Stunning new folk’Americana UK

‘Era-defining’Eliza Carthy

‘Imagine someone telling the most intense horror story across a raging campfire as
night hangs over your shoulders. It’s the aural equivalent of that’

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