Following the release of his second album The Blackberry Train in 2016, singer-songwriter James McCartney tirelessly toured the UK, Europe and the US, including a sold out three show residency at The Islington in London. With critical acclaim from Rolling Stone, The New York Times, and The Daily News, James toured the US playing 44 shows in 25 states in just over 6 weeks. James released his first full-length album Me in 2013, describing it as an, “Intimate, deeply personal, and honest” album that would say, “This is who I am… both musically and personally”. Since then, James has remained fiercely dedicated to his musical vision of melding smart hooks and feral alt-rock with the grandeur and spiritually centeredness of psychedelic music. The Blackberry Train, engineered by Steve Albini (Nirvana, The Pixies and PJ Harvey), is both a diverse and cohesive album with an eclectic mix of delicately crafted songs including a track with Dhani Harrison on guitar and vocals. The winsome and reflective ‘Waterfall' was inspired by memories of his mother. James shows no signs of slowing down and continues to hone his craft as a songwriter, musician and performer.