“Outstanding songs – very powerful.” Paul Du Noyer (ex-editor of NME, Q, Mojo and Word Magazine) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- “An urgent, energetic performance that holds your attention throughout and leaves you reaching for the replay button.” Tom Robinson, BBC6 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- "An amazing voice." Owen Jones, The Independent

Last Night at The Baltic Social

Last night’s gig at The Baltic Social was a good ‘un. I really enjoyed sets from Little Rivers, Grace Hartrey, Tiz McNamara and Kalandra.

A Week Away From The Baltic Social Gig

Practice tonight with Elle Schillereff (backing singer), bassist (Adam Greenwood) and percussionist (Chris Cousineau) was really nice. Despite the immense fear that I was about to walk outside and be blown into outer space by an extreme gale, the area of the world I happen to be resident in is (at this moment) not too

Science of the Lamps, Snow Apple, Alexander’s

Just got in from a gig in Chester supporting local band Science of the Lamps and Snow Apple from Amsterdam. Really great night! Voice not in the best of shape to be honest, but as usual people didn’t seem to notice as much as I did. Steph Baker got up and sang on a few

On 6music last night with Daisy

Listen again here for my fourth play on BBC6 by Tom Robinson at BBC Introducing. Very chuffed! http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b037jy0b

Owen Jones

This on Monday evening, during a thunderstorm and after a Woody Allen-like quip that got his attention, made me very happy. This up here ^ . Then the next night, Owen followed me and, in response to another quip, posted this: Which was nice. Massive admiration for Owen Jones – he seems to be the

Recent Filming and Interviews with Culture City Television and Felix Brassier

Recently, I have had a bit of involvement with local filmmakers and music aficionados Culture City Television and fantastic internationalist and beautiful-eyed Frenchman Felix Brassier for Starved Magazine. Both ventures were very different but both incredibly fun and rewarding. I would like to see Joe Campbell (CEO of CCTV) and Felix Brassier have a pint,

The Wirral Festival of Firsts

Last night, I had the distinct honour and privilege of having a spot at Panache in Hoylake for the Wirral Festival of Firsts on possibly one of the hottest days of the year amongst a fantastic line-up. The Festival of Firsts is an annual event which in its own words: “was established in Hoylake in

The Secret Sessions in Anglesey

Just got home today from a little venture in Anglesey, where I played a monthly event called The Secret Sessions put on by Steve Blackstone. Had a really great time!

Paul Du Noyer likes my album!!!

I’m in a really good mood tonight, because I found an email sent today from the former editor of NME, Q, Mojo and Word magazines, saying this: “Hi Thom, Many thanks for sending the CD, I’ve been listening to it a lot and have to say, Congratulations! So many outstanding songs there and your performance

Review of the New Album “Moon Moon Shake It” from Liverpool Acoustic

http://liverpoolacoustic.co.uk/2013/03/album-review-thom-morecroft-moon-moon-shake-it/ Just had a review of the new album posted today, so I thought I would share here! “Thom Morecroft has been a fixture on the local acoustic circuit for a while now. No matter if he’s hosting an evening down on Penny Lane, or headlining his own gig at View Two, you know you’re