Tours in support of The Wytches (Heavenly Recordings) as well as well-received shows in Brighton and London have led to releases with Los Angeles-based Lolipop Records, as well as Brighton's Cannibal Hymns.
2015 built a platform for Morning Smoke to come good on their potential and 2016 promises big things.
"It's the kind of raw noise that makes you think a little harder and listen a little closer" - The 405
"Their music is an expression of disorientation and dissatisfaction... through muddy, murky grunge-‘gaze sonics." - The Guardian
“Imagine Ian Curtis howling over Sonic Youth-circa Goo, and you’re in the right ballpark." - Q Magazine.
"Spiked riffs shoot through heady plumes of fuzz." - Crack Magazine