'The Endless Eve'
The new album from
Morning Tourist.

'The Endless Eve'
The new album from
Morning Tourist.

'The Endless Eve'
The new album from
Morning Tourist.

The Endless Eve

£20

Vinyl copy

T-Shirts

£15

Coming soon

Morning Tourist debut LP 'The Endless Eve' out now.

The Endless Eve is the debut LP from Morning Tourist, London based singer songwriter Sean McKinney. The follow up to his Quiet Lives EP, the album features 9 tracks of folk tinged indie rock with echoes of Bright Eyes, Death Cab for Cutie, Villagers and Elliott Smith. 


The songs, recorded with returning Producer/Engineer, Tom Davis, explore the space between resignation and resolution, flirting with both, without ever completely migrating to either, searching for clarity, while inferring its futility. Delivered solo-acoustic, or full throated - guitar driven, the album expresses less 'emotional stagnation', more the exhaustion our subject feels as they struggle to draw a line through past laments and unmet expectations at the end of young adulthood. Swelling with atmospheric synth, bold percussion and soaring harmonies, the album is firmly anchored by assured production and assertive melodies.


Morning Tourist’s The Endless Eve is an ever-churning alt-folk album that zigs and zags in oddly melodic curves, nice acoustic guitar moments, and lyrics that roam the universe with constant “what if” speculation, and yet are still grounded with bare wire insight....really easy to love"  - Bill Golembeski - Folking


Bouncy, upbeat acoustic guitars bed a soulful lyric that heads towards harmony splashed choruses...This album is a joyous slice of indie folk that should be investigated as here is an artist with the chops to go far. Get in on the debut”  - Kieth Hargreaves - Americana UK


Morning Tourist captures the same charged atmosphere as Big Thief, Elliott Smith, and Pinegrove. Songs that paint the most beautiful scenes: a kind of tornado of unanswered and unanswerable questions; avoided truths, omens; memories - without actually resolving them. And secretly, that’s

a very comforting thing.” - Left Of The Dial Festival 

Tour dates

Sebright Arms, London

09/03/2024

The Albion Rooms, Margate

21/03/2024

The Lost Wanderer, Newcastle

23/04/2024

Two Palms, London

27/04/2024

Corn Exchange, Hertford

01/05/2024

The Font, Bristol (The Alt Escape)

01/05/2024

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