Fun Lovin’ Criminals frontman Huey Morgan announces debut solo album details

'Say It To My Face' is out next month

Fun Lovin’ Criminals frontman Huey Morgan is to release his debut solo album next month.

The BBC 6 Music and Radio 2 presenter has teamed up with the Tangiers Blues Band for the LP entitled ‘Say It To My Face’, which is out on October 29. The collective features fellow Criminals member Frank Benbini along with Pete Levin, a member of Grammy winning Blind Boys, Chris Scianni, Naim Cortazzi and Bruce Springsteen favourite Danny Clinch.

Morgan has also co-produced the album along with Tim Latham, who has previously worked with Fun Lovin’ Criminals, De La Soul and Lou Reed.


Speaking about the record, Morgan said:

The kids will find something in it, I know that because a lot of kids listen to my radio shows. But my music is for people my age. And I tried to stay away from everything that’s normal. Because normal is not me.

Tracks slated to appear on the record include ‘Stick It To The Man’, ‘Fall Into Me’, ‘Dirty Bird’, ‘New York Bluez’, ‘Shaniqua’, ‘The Ripple’, ‘The Way It Was Before’, ‘Christmas By The Side Of The Road’ and ‘The White Guard’.

Fun Lovin’ Criminals released their sixth album, ‘Classic Fantastic’, in 2010. Their debut album, ‘Come Find Yourself’, was released in 1996 and featured the Quentin Tarantino sampling single ‘Scooby Snacks’.