LISTEN: Kenneth Anthony Morton Displays Graceful Poetic Authority on “Alright, Goodnight”

Kenneth Anthony Morton is a singer, songwriter, and guitarist based in Scotland,  Entering musical service at age 14, Kenneth played in and co-wrote for many critically acclaimed Scottish post-punk bands through the eighties and nineties, culminating in support slots with The Cure, Big Country, and others.

With undeniable grace, Kenneth Anthony Morton offers us closure on the new single “Alright, Goodnight.” An homage to losing loved ones, fueled by warm vocals,  his poetry dances and draws us in. Coupled with tasteful guitar picking and subtle string low end, Morton is wise and nostalgia-inducing on this most thoughtful folk ballad. 

“The song is about lost and missing loved ones. The video is dedicated to missing iconic female aviator Amelia Earhart,” says Morton.

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