Tom A Smith: Could I Live With Being Fake?Tom A Smith: Could I Live With Being Fake?

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Tom A. Smith quickly follows his debut EP with new single Could I Live With Being Fake for download and streaming.

The young Mackem has had a great start to 2022 with a hit rate former Sunderland striker Kevin Phillips would have been proud of with the unveiling of his explosive new single, Could I Live With Being Fake. Picking up straight where he left off with his debut, the single continues his pursuit of bright and anthemic indie-rock textures. With raw and distinctive, his voice riding a bed of uplifting guitar hooks and thunderous drums.

This new track looks to cement him as one of the most compelling names rising on the scene. Giving some insight into the track Tom explains, “I wrote this at a time when I’d turned down doing some things that guaranteed some high profile publicity and maybe even success, but it wasn’t what I wanted to do or feel passionate about. It didn’t mean I didn’t doubt if I was doing the right thing, but deep down I knew I was right and should believe in myself.”

Tom has recently supported Gang of Youths on their recent UK & Ireland tour, and has also announced a string of live dates for the forthcoming year; including shows at Liverpool Sound City, The Great Escape, Barn on the Farm and Neighbourhood Weekender, as well as support slots for Miles Kane and Sunset Sons.

Tom A. Smith Live Dates:

25 – Bournemouth The Old Fire Station – Sunset Sons support
26 – Bristol The Fleece – Sunset Sons support

1 – Liverpool Liverpool Sound City
12 – Brighton The Great Escape Festival
23 – Cardiff Tramshed – Miles Kane support
24 – Birmingham O2 Institute – Miles Kane support
25 – Manchester Albert Hall – Miles Kane support
27 – Sheffield The Leadmill – Miles Kane support
28 – Warrington Neighbourhood Weekender
29 – Leeds O2 Academy Leeds – Miles Kane support
31- The Roundhouse – Miles Kane support

4 – Birmingham Sonic Wave
18 – Czech Republic – Hradec Kralove Rock for People

1 – Gloucester – Barn On The Farm
2 – Gloucestershire – Nibley Festival
23 – Chester le Street – Little Lindi

6 – Bingley Bingley Weekender

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Tom A Smith: Could I Live With Being Fake?

All words by Iain Key. See his Author Profile here author’s archive or on Twitter as @iainkey.

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