Adam Norsworthy releases Bridges to The Moon today

Adam Norsworthy releases Bridges to The Moon today

Adam Norsworthy releases Bridges to The Moon today with an exciting Sci-fi video as we wait eagerly for the release of Infinite Hotel - 4th March 2022

Adam Norsworthy Puts Together ‘Supergroup’ for New Solo Album Out March 4th 2022

Adam Norsworthy releases Bridges to The Moon today

Adam Norsworthy Puts Together ‘Supergroup’ for New Solo Album
 
Adam is one of the most established, versatile and widely known faces on the UK scene, having been the frontman (singer, guitarist, primary songwriter) of The Mustangs for 20 years, as well as guitarist and songwriter in the highly regarded Milk Men. He is also a critically acclaimed singer-songwriter solo artist.
 
Infinite Hotel is his fourth solo album, due out on March 4th, 2022.

Bluesdoodles thoughts: The second single ‘Bridges To The Moon’ from his forthcoming album Infinite Hotel fuels the anticipation for its release. This is a strong song, capturing modern issues. The melody is upbeat and Adma delivers the lyrics with powerful intent. The video is mesmeric, using the power of cartoons to create a storybook that unfolds in harmony with the music and lyrics. This is a song that takes us out of this world and is grounded on earth, the refrain ‘there is no welfare in outer space’ captures this. Adam Norsworthy has done it again, entertaining while delivering an important message with deep clarity. The musicianship is superbly delivering a melodic and determined soundtrack that perfectly punctuates Adam’s vocal tone and lyrics.

“I wanted something that really motored along to open the album,” Adam explains, “But I didn’t want the lyric to be corny, like a lot of fast songs are. In some ways, this is very much an eco-rock song — it touches on not only environmental issues, but people’s dissatisfaction with the leaders who make crucial decisions about the health of our planet.
“But at the end of the day, I’m no preacher about this sort of thing; nor would I want to be — my priority is to write a song that kicks and rocks, and if it has a more interesting lyrical aspect, then great!”

Check out what Bluesdoodles thought about the first single, In Time I Will Forget You HERE

Adam Norsworthy releases Bridges to The Moon today

The songs on Infinite Hotel explore themes of love, loss, mortality, the environment, and the human need to explore the cosmos and find not only meaning to life, but a new home – perhaps even a series of ‘hotel’ planets to be inhabited, one after the other, until the universe itself dies.

There are such big themes on this album that it needed a big sound, and we have got that “states Adam. “But it still boils down to the essential essence of a voice, a story and a guitar; critically, the intimacy is still there amidst the huge soundscapes of the songs.”

Adam Norsworthy has brought together some of the finest & most respected musicians from the UK’s blues-rock scene to back him on his new solo album, Infinite Hotel.

Adam is one of the most established, versatile and widely known faces on the UK scene, having been the frontman (singer, guitarist, primary songwriter) of The Mustangs for 20 years, as well as guitarist and songwriter in the highly regarded Milk Men. He is also a critically acclaimed singer-songwriter solo artist.

For his fourth solo album, due out on March 4th, 2022, Adam is backed by a core band built around some of the UK’s best musicians. The album features Oli Brown (bass, guitar), Bennett Holland (keyboards), Rich Young (piano) and Wayne Proctor (drums). Proctor, who has garnered as much acclaim for his House of Tone audio credentials as his multi-British Blues Awards drumming, also produced and mixed the album.

Bridges To The Moon is now available to download or stream
on all digital platforms.

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