Tom Low Shares Debut Single ‘Phone’// Supporting C Duncan

Tom Low Releases Debut Single ‘Phone’

Released on 28th January via Deltasonic

Listen here

UK Tour with C Duncan

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Liverpool singer-songwriter Tom Low has announced the upcoming release of his debut single Phone. Arriving ahead of the release of his debut EP of the same title, Phone highlights the 22-year-old’s heavily influenced 60s sound which will be showcased on his forthcoming UK tour supporting C Duncan in February and March.

Listen to ‘Phone’:

Having grown up in Newcastle upon Tyne and developed a real passion for music after discovering The Beatles at a young age, Tom took up guitar at school, becoming self-taught on the likes of piano, bass, drums and bouzouki. He spent his teens writing and recording hundreds of instrumentals at home which have since progressed into songs and he is now ready to share these publically.

Tom’s style is a blend of his love of skilfully crafted songwriting and dense production with eccentric and abstract musical concepts. Debut EP Phone features five tracks recorded entirely on his mobile in various friends’ houses with the idea behind each track to “to sound like the subject” which results in heavily layered pieces, full of eclectic instrumentation and pop hooks. He writes and performs every part himself and through this process he conjures up his own unique brand of future pop that feels familiar yet different.

Tom Low’s debut EP Phone is released on 26th February via Deltasonic and will be available to purchase on iTunes and Spotify.

Links:

Facebook – Twitter – Soundcloud

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