Multi-instrumentalist artist Tom Featherstone seems to have found his sound with the release of “Til the Morning,” an expression of anxiety taking over our days and hoping for the next day to be better than the previous day.
“Til the Morning” discusses the small and big things in life that have made Tom feel anxious. Many of his songs follow the same narrative with the simple sentimental message of leaving it ‘til the morning” when the feeling of starting a brand new day makes him feel like conquering the world..
Featherstone breaks down the single even further, “The song was written in response to just being fed up with overthinking and getting anxious over loads of things and I just got tired of all my songs dwelling on that headspace. So I decided to just write a song that just tells myself to chill out and leave it til the morning.”
Influenced by artists like John Mayer, Damien Rice and Bon Iver, his music appeals to all listeners with its immaculate writing and distinguished production. His mellow vocals accompany a set of background beats that beautifully tie the song together.
While Featherstone continues to bring on new additional band members into his team, discovering diverse instrumentation to take his songs to the next level, and providing relatable and creative pieces of music, we’re positive his upcoming releases will be as memorable as “Til the Morning.”
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