Morgan Rickman Debuts New Single ‘Wait Until’ | Music News


South London based artist Morgan Rickman has released his first song as a vocalist and solo act, titled “Wait Until”. The song was self produced by the artist, alongside Rory Padfield, and features Will Heaton on the trombone.


“Wait Until” is strictly connected to Rickman’s guitar style, since he is used to playing this instrument as a method to take the forefront. The artist is inspired by London modern jazz scene, and artists such as Jordan Rakei, Oscar Jerome and Tom Misch.


“Wait Until” is about loss of oneself and identity, battling a conflict of ideas, dreams and desires. The idea of finding an identity is well conveyed by the singer, as he croons: “Reflections tense and I’m scared of growing older / I’m deleriously trying to keep up with all that’s inside of my mind”.


On the other hand, the song seems featuring sounds from the behind the scenes of the recording session, with laughs and little talks appearing at the beginning and at the end of the track, conveying a familiar and cosy vibe to to the entire song.


Rickman’s vocals perfectly fuse with the band’s instrumentals and the artist proves to be able to take the lead as vocalist. While waiting for the artist to release a new EP and singles and to play various live sessions across the country, listen to “Wait Until” below:




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