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“A celebration of love, hope and friendship,” is how Elliott describes Something Worth Fighting For, written and recorded during and after lockdown, initially in his spare room—“with a bit of gritty angst thrown in for good measure!”​

Overall, Something Worth Fighting For is a shapeshifting beast, a tempestuous voyage, testifying to one man’s restless desire to create during testing times. Reflective, lilting melodies contrast with frenzied, driving rhythms, in turn calming and whipping up a storm. Catchy riffs, infectious rhythms and ear-worm choruses will keep audiences coming back.

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Recorded at Caribou Studios, Scotland and produced by Mattie Foulds, the album is a melting pot of folk, rock, blues and country. Blending progressive, contemporary ingredients with still vibrant British folk and roots traditions, this is folk music for the 21st century. 

The album showcases Elliott’s expert percussive acoustic guitar playing, swooping and soulful electric solos, heartfelt lyrics and strong, honest vocals. 

And he’s put together an all-star ensemble. Playing alongside are Paul Carrack (Ace, Squeeze, Mike + The Mechanics, Eric Clapton) on Hammond organ, Paul’s son Jack Carrack on drums, Innes Watson (Treacherous Orchestra) and Mike Vass (PRS Scots Trad Composer of the Year, SAY Award Nominee) on fiddles/strings, Laura-Beth Salter (The Shee) on mandolin and vocals, Rosie Hood (Dovetail Trio) on vocals, Stu Hanna (Megson) on mandolin and guitar, David Milligan on piano,  Simon Bates (Jamie Cullam, Elvis Costello) on tenor saxophone, Alan Thomson (The John Martyn Band) on fretless bass and Elliott’s brother Bevan Morris (Dallahan, Pons Aelius). The album also features two other members of Pons Aelius, Jordan Aikin on Great Highland bagpipes, whistle and Alasdair Paul on bouzouki.

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“One heck of a debut, and one that never pauses to draw breath. A restless creative spirit well worth watching” – Acoustic Magazine

“Lost & Found is a mesmerising mix of folk, rock, blues and country while blending progressive and contemporary with folk and roots tradition” – FATEA

“(Elliott) effortlessly straddles the fence between established folk mannerisms and his own pop sensibilities – accessible songs with engaging melodies” – Northern Sky

“Accomplished percussive guitar technique…supremely memorable hooks and engaging lyrics…A progressive blend that takes its drive from long established roots…Elliott Morris has most definitely ‘got it right’ it with Lost & Found” – Folkwords

“An incredible debut album…just brilliant” – BBC Introducing

“From this album’s pristine opening chords, you know you’re witnessing the arrival of an impressive new acoustic talent…Lost & Found glistens and oozes like golden syrup” – RnR (formerly R2)

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