Almost five years later (feeling fifty years wiser), he was getting out of the game, and heading out to Australia. It was out there, on the other side of the world, where Tom started writing.
Playing his debut shows out in the likes of Melbourne and Tasmania, he was back to the UK and straight to London.
Night after night & gig after gig, Tom was working harder than ever to perfect his craft. His unique voice, catchy choruses and standout charisma on stage started to gather plenty of steam amongst the press and national radio DJs.
He discovered Jared Rood working behind the bar at The Gun in East London, and made him his right hand man in the new full band set-up. Freddie & Fred formed the bass and beats, and the new tracks came to life.
Now, Tom is set to release ‘Master Of The Margarita’ – a track that tells the story of his old pub days, and more importantly, a track that leads us into his Mick Jones (The Clash
& Big Audio Dynamite
)/Dirty White-produced debut album (set for a 2018 release).