It's all narrative and a thick blanket of harmony, a Jacob Collier-style polyphony and plenty of comments about life, regret, and inspiration. With a beautiful harmony and a simple and bold tenor guitar track, this production works as a vocal powerhouse, as a statement about the power of melody, and the vitality of small moments.
It's talk about family, about coming to terms with destiny and the expectations of others. Maybe it's also about having patience with yourself, and the world around you:
“I just walk and hope I’m getting close
catching up with all the ghosts
I’d like to get to know”— T. Thomason
UK born, and east coast raised, Thomason's latest EP sweet baby has really put him on the Canadian music scene as a top artist from Nova Scotia.