Played on 6music and described by ex-editor of NME, Q, Mojo and Word Paul Du Noyer as “cheering and addictive”, Thom Morecroft is a scruffy cherub of a folk-pop singer-songwriter from Shrewsbury, precariously hidden away somewhere along Liverpool’s Georgian Quarter.
Having just successfully crowd-funded the release of an EP in January, then followed it up with another at the end of April, Thom is set to embark on his first UK tour.
Crowd-funded January EP
The Whiskey Jar, Manchester, The Wrong Train, Charlie McKeon, Taxi Drivers Who Discussed Gun Crime, Joe McAdam’s Brilliant Open Mic, The Friendly Coach Station Attendant, Taking 3 Hours to Complete a 50-minute JourneyIt would come as no surprise to people that know me that, just occasionally, the simplest of journeys can go awry. I’ve developed a fondness for playing Joe McAdam’s amazing open mic & acoustic sessions at The Whiskey Jar in Manchester. Located on... read more
Here’s my kickin’ video.