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Drew Thomas is back with his new single, titled 'Single Bed,' with him describing this single as 'the most personal I've ever written.' The new single is unbelievably catchy and represents a continually evolving sound for the immensely talented singer and song-writer, following on from the immense success of singles such as 'Bohemians,' 'Vultures' and 'Lying On The Concrete.'

There has always been something incredibly endearing about all of Drew Thomas' releases, and this single is no exception. There is always a very balanced air of vulnerability with his releases. It is evident that he pours all of his emotion into the music he puts out.

With particularly captivating lyrics in 'Single Bed' that include: 'I guess home ain't where the heart is anymore' and 'You leave in the morning but you never return,' 'Single Bed' is an amazing release from Drew Thomas. A personal song about being cheated on, the sheer emotion of such a difficult and heart-breaking situation is evident both through the lyrics and in his phenomenal and captivating vocals.

"Releasing this song feels like a weight off my shoulders. Having a song with so much energy and passion that I haven't been able to share (but really wanted to) has been hard. I'm so excited that it's finally yours!"

Deriving inspiration from artists such as Bon Iver, Fleetwood Mac and Sam Fender, he has an undeniable ability to pen arena-sized choruses, along with nostalgic lyrics, which truly cement Drew Thomas as an artist in his own right.

Over the years, while his songs always have a recurring theme of passionate vocals and emotional soundscapes, upon deeper reflection of the tracks, they depict tales of rejection, broken relationships and addiction.

One thing is certain, though. The release of 'Single Bed' takes Drew Thomas into another stage of his music career, one that will inevitably continue to go from strength to strength!

'Single Bed' is out now and is available to purchase and stream through all major purchasing and streaming outlets.

By Rachel Dempster


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