By Resonate | November 25, 2020

Bristol based Tomo records all his music at his family home in Somerset, which means his sound connects to a multitude of feelings of surrounding intimacy. His soft voice complimented by comforting guitar meets poetic and often dark lyricism. The minimal arrangement in his songs transports you to another place, somewhere restful and reflective. Tomo said: “The tracks in Wayward Son are essentially based around quite personal stories, so I felt that the stripped back arrangement was effective in reflecting the intimate nature of the songs.” I love the way he does this. Recently added to Spotify’s much loved The Moon is Calling playlist, Tomo is gaining much deserved traction. Drawing influences from Leonard Cohen, Gregory Alan Isakov and Tom Rosenthal, Tomo’s strong folk influences carry his music.

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