Following up on the release of his Stay EP last year, Single Mothers’ founder Drew Thomson has dropped a brand new track, the first from his new LP, out later in 2019 on Dine Alone Records. The song premiered through BrooklynVegan, you can listen to “Break” on SoundCloud/Spotify now.
Thomson reflects on the song:
On the surface, “Break” is about a relationship, but in a broader sense, it’s about not being afraid of change and the possible consequences that can come from it. We had a lot of fun working with Alex Newport, and I think that comes through in the recording and the rest of the album.
Drew Thomson has lived through his share of ups and downs – the same kinds of trials and tribulations that most people encounter. What sets him apart is how he captures and relates to the highs and lows. Whether you’re a businessman in the city or a gold prospector 14 hours north of anything, there are always highs and lows.
Having lived both of those extremes and just about everywhere in the between, Thomson has a unique ability to tell stories that, while seeming outrageous and not at all relatable, also feel deeply personal to the listener.
The Drew Thomson Foundation will support PUP on two Canadian dates of their Morbid Stuff Tour-Pocalypse 2019 and Spanish Love Songs on a string of US dates. See below for a full list of upcoming shows.