Bruno Major announce two London shows, share poetic folk-pop “Home”

Fresh off a European tour (where he supported Liane La Havas) and a recent publishing deal with Method, Bruno Major continues his 12-month long release project by offering a fifth track: “Home.”

The London-based artist co-wrote the track with Daniel McDougal. Once again, Bruno Major delivers a smart, poetic, and modern piece of folk-pop music and strengthens, a bit more with each release, his status of “artist to keep a firm eye on.”

“I don’t need to build a house of stone, wherever you are is where I call home.” Bruno Major

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The artist will also pursue his 3-date residency at London’s Broadway Market’s Kansas Smitty’s. After a first sold-out gig, the second show, ‘Wolf Moon’, will be taking place on January 26 (the last one is set for February 23).

Bruno Major‘s “Home” follows up the previously released singles “Wouldn’t Mean A Thing“, “There’s Little Left“, “The First Thing You See”, and “Easily,” that you can stream below.

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