Mortimer – Fight the fight EP

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Mortimer strikes again with his new EP an outstanding voice that needs to played again and again.

Tracks

1. Careful
2. Lightning
3. Misery
4. Fight the Fight
5. Style & Grace
6. No Lies

Having released two singles in late 2019 they both feature on Fight The Fight, Mortimer’s debut EP release since aligning with Winta James/Overstand Entertainment.

This is a must have 6-track EP featuring live musicianship, top notch production, and emotive lyricism that combine to create a fresh sound, breathing new life into soulful roots reggae. The EP glides from hard-hitting drum and bass to seductive lovers rock, to spiritually conscious soul-reggae, as Mortimer’s haunting, melodramatic, honey-sweet vocals narrate his personal stories with touching vulnerability and openness.

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