Tom BromleyNeed You, So Bad [single]
Bromley is about to
release his new AA side
single, Need You, So Bad
and Nothing To Do Or Say his first release from
second album In It For The
Moment, which will be
released early in 2008...
THE OPENING CHORDS OF Need You So Bad stir the soul and Tom's
husky tones trip into the melody with ease. He tempers
his voice to match the chords and you can almost feel the suppressed energy
that he reserves for Nothing To Do Or Say. Produced by Rob Quickenden,
the tracks display Tom's distinctive and natural sound. Two excellent
This talented singer, songwriter and musician pours his heart into his singing.
The publicity machine says: "…Tom hits the ground running with this impressive
CD, confirming the 25-year-old artiste's abilities…" and "Displaying a growth,
maturity and development since his stunning and critically-acclaimed debut album
Two Nine Five, Need You, So Bad displays what producer Rob Quickenden
has brought out of Tom this time around, both as a performer and musician.
"The quality of the vocal performance is in addition to Tom also playing
the keys and drums elsewhere on the album. With Quickenden also contributing
brass on the album, one can't help but recall Springsteen and The E Street band
at their best."
This CD is a glimpse of great things to come from the young, exciting and talented
Tom Bromley from Kent. Keep him in your sights.
Tom Bromley's AA side single Need You,
So Bad/Nothing To Do Or Say is to be released on 26 November (2007) on 4Real
"…versatile performer, well worth listening to" Classic Rock Magazine
"Well written and enjoyably different track that shows the talents of Bromley"
"Slipping effortlessly between acoustic and electric… Get yourself fully up
to date with Bromley's material and enjoy the diversity" Guitar Techniques
"Great voice, great harmonies, full of soulful qualities that are sadly lacking
in most of today's mainstream music" Classic Rock Society
"A deft song writing touch, think of Paul Weller" Huddersfield Daily
"Includes just about every shade of emotion you can imagine and many that you
can't" Berwick Advertiser