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GRIEF HARBOUR  is the new album from Philip Morgan Lewis and shows the extensive palate of the artist’s creative drive and vision. A collection of self-penned deeply rooted yet modern songs, sees Lewis mix alternative, rock ’n’ roll, gospel blues, soul, country & folk into a unique 21st century musical blend, featuring raw and urgent vocals. Written and conceived in the wake of his mother’s passing the album explores and draws from the many facets of grief, as well as individual freedom and political consciousness in the troubled times in which we live.  With the creation of this fictional town with its one haunted inhabitant, Morgan Lewis crafts, with Grief Harbour, a compelling and starkly beautiful picture book where all the songs intertwine. The album is accompanied by eight music videos directed by the artist himself.

Grief Harbour (Deluxe) is released on CD, stream & digital via Moonalizer Records.


Singles from the album have received support and rave reviews from BBC Introducing and Planet Rock, to name a few.

GRIEF HARBOUR (DELUXE EDITION) was produced by Philip Morgan Lewis and recorded at Hackney Road Studios (London) by Shuta Shinoda (Daughter, Yak, Ghost Poet), Fort Studios (London) by Neek Miles (Telegram, Neek), One Louder Studios (London) by Alan Emptage (Skunk Anansie. Arcade fire). The album was mixed by Morgan Lewis and Shuta Shinoda and mastered by Pete Maher (Jack White, U2, The Rolling Stones). The album features Morgan Lewis on vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitars, piano, bass, organ, banjo & backing vocals. He’s backed by a talented posse of musicians that includes drummer Jon Harris (Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Roachford), Slide guitar players Steve Honest (Uriah Heep, Bobby Womack) & Clive Smart, electric guitar players Rob Updegraff (Jamie Cullum, Jeb Loy Nichols), Gavin Bowers (Elephant) & Charles Slevin, backing vocalists Vick E & Little A, bassist Ben Jones ( J.J. Johnson, Apache Indian) and pianist Theo Adler.




Album of the week: (The basement tapes show - KKID92.9FM Missouri USA)

"A clearly talented man with an earthy bluesy influence… listen to the low slung rock of Philip Morgan Lewis" (Gary Crowley, BBC radio London Introducing)

“You won’t have heard this before" "Played this guy's debut single last year, his follow up was just as good and this third single is easily as good if not better great blues rock player" (Wyatt Wendels - New Rock Show - Planet Rock Radio)

“Someone who I think is a major new talent" (Nicky Horne - TeamRock Radio)

“Philip Morgan Lewis is a rad vocalist, this cannot be denied” (Never Enough Notes)

"Philip is right up there with the likes of Hani El Katib and the Black Keys "(Recess with Spinelli - WSPN 91.1FM NY USA, Hoxton FM)

“Taking inspiration from blues, folk and alternative rock, this will surely go down a

storm with fans of contemporary acts such as Arctic Monkeys, The Black Keys and Jack White..” (Callum Mitchell - New Music Show - Salford City radio)


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