After spending 20 years playing in H2O and Juliette and the Licks, and even touring with The Offspring, Todd Morse decided it was time to focus on himself and the music he could create on his own. Blending his rock past with an ever-present appreciation of Americana, Todd delivered a finely tuned debut with his 2019 release, Late Bloomer.
Looking to do his own thing while simultaneously inspiring others to go big well into their golden years, this 51-year-old musician rocks it out on Late Bloomer. He brings high energy to the table throughout with California-cool songs like “Big Time Waster,” “My Shoes,” and “Your Ghost.” Then there are more alternative takes on Americana with songs like “Rock The Spot” which fans of bands like Toad The Wet Sprocket will enjoy to the fullest.
Knowing how the music industry works, Todd Morse decided to be a tried and true independent artist when he first dropped Late Bloomer. Initially only available on his site, he wanted “to form relationships with the folks who initially bought it, without any other entity in between us.” After some time Todd recognized some change and decided to make Late Bloomer available on iTunes, Amazon, and streaming platforms. He noted, “Things have been changing, however, to the songwriter’s advantage and I’m eager to reach new ears.”
Not afraid to take the leap after two decades making music, Todd Morse is going all-in with his solo debut, Late Bloomer. Those interested in reviewing the album, adding it to their playlists, or interviewing Todd about his impressive career can reach out via the information provided below.
Check out Todd Morse’s debut, Late Bloomer here: https://toddmorse.com/latebloomer
Todd Morse is a Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who has spent two decades performing in bands such as H2O, Juliette, and the Licks, and as a touring musician for The Offspring. Now he’s switching gears and focusing on his solo debut, Late Bloomer, out now!
Official Site: http://www.toddmorse.com