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Tom Anderson – Stranger At The Door [Review]

Tom Anderson – Stranger At The Door [Review]

Vocalist and producer Tom Anderson has just dropped an unmissable new alt-pop single ‘Stranger At The Door’.

Anderson has announced himself in impressive fashion with this one, which is his first release since parting ways with indie four piece Venus Demilo last year.

He’s made the transition from indie front man to solo artist seem effortless, bringing smooth grooves and supreme vocal abilities along with him. ‘Stranger At The Door’ serves a subtle soundscape, allowing Tom’s voice to make a real impact at the forefront of the song without lacking in overall depth.

I can detect a wide range of influences packed into the track. There are elements of contemporary indie bands like The 1975, alongside classic singer-songwriter traits reminiscent of John Mayer or Jeff Buckley, all mixed in with commercially accessible yet distinctly alternative overtones.

Stranger At The Door was recorded at Liverpool’s iconic Parr Street Studios, and according to Anderson, he’s spent the past six months writing, producing and collaborating with other artists, including Gazelle, Tori Cross, Gal Pal & Kova. We can’t wait to hear the results when more new Tom Anderson tunes start to emerge.

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