“Having seen various U.S. shows featuring Daniel Morrow solo, I was nicely taken aback by the result of Morrow’s transition from solitary guitar-man to the now wholly band called ‘The Morrow.’ A British reincarnation from Morrow’s London days, now fully loaded with new American members, Morrow is heading up a guitar-laden group—producing nice juxtaposition against numerous flashes and respectful hints of Elliot Smith, The Beatles, and perhaps a here-and-there of Paul Simon. To boot, they managed to incorporate every type of song—from a Stones’-ready rock n’roll piece, to the ever-present ballad and cover but I noticed the audience never stopped dancing. No doubt the distinguishing sound threading throughout the set was mainly due to Morrow’s expansive vocal range, which is remnant of both Thom Yorke and the aforementioned Smith.In a nutshell, this band is tight, concise, and Morrow himself is quite charismatic on stage, evoking confidence allowed to a veteran musician”
“When Dan Morrow, Vocalist and Guitarist for The Morrow, left London in 2008 to move to New York and try and escape “bad luck love stories”, he came to find that there were just as many, if not more, waiting for him in New York. This would be a sad story if it wasn’t for the “birth” of The Morrow. With lyrics that are easy to understand because they are about love and heartbreak and music with a Beetleish feel to it, their music is very catchy. I tend to find myself tapping my toe by the time the song that I’m listening to ends, and with an added Swing feel every now and then, their music is something I truly enjoy to hear.
The intense, emotional lyrics go very well with Dan’s calm accent and the musical creations are relaxing and energetic at the same time.
The Morrow regularly play shows in the Brooklyn, Manhattan, or London area. You can go to www.myspace.com/themorrowworld for dates and to listen to some of their songs.”
Northeast In-Tune magazine