"Maddie Morris is an extremely accomplished young singer - not just the possessor of a haunting and delicately ornamented vocal style, but also a performer with serious insight into how to tell a story in song. Traditional ballads or inclusive social commentary - she always connects with the deepest meaning in her material. Not to be missed by any audience wanting to hear something new and passionate"
- Nancy Kerr
"Maddie is a stunning singer who is leading the next generation of socially conscious songwriters"
- Jim Moray
Maddie Morris is a contemporary folk musician, who is heavily influenced by traditional protest song and who has been nominated for the BBC Young Folk Awards 2019. Originally from Bedfordshire and currently based in Leeds, Maddie is a strong believed that 'the personal is political', and uses her own experiences to raise discussions around issues such as LGBTQ rights, abuse and personality disorders to name a few
Maddie recently completed a EU joint headline tour with activist CHUCK SJ. She has also played at prestigious events including Sidmouth Folk Festival and the main stage at Trans Pride Brighton 2019. Maddie was also a 'New Roots' winner, and won the Alan Sertee trust fund for emerging roots and traditional artists.