We used an unfinished song of mine as the basic elements for our song. I had pre-recorded several drumbeats and we started with adding piano chords onto them. There is a break in The chord patterns and Tom was unsure if this would work during the whole song or be too much irritating. We ended up keeping them in the verses but filling those gaps with guitar and bass during the chorus. When the piano was tracked we continued with guitar. Our idea was to find a pattern that would „roll“ with the piano. Tom came up with arpeggios and additional strummed chords for the chorus. I especially like those in the chorus because they blend so beautifully with the piano. It almost sounds like one instrument.
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Tom Klose is a young singer-songwriter hailing from Hamburg, Germany in the prime of life, out to take on the world of self-made hands-on indie music. The distinctive voice matched with rhythmic rough guitars is what characterizes his sound. His songs move in between intimate folk ballads and powerful rock tunes but pass by the singer-songwriter danger zone between lyrical dismay and loop station excess. The 28-year-old tells autobiographical stories that are painfully honest and serves his heart on a silver plate. Along with the classic band formation (guitar, bass, drums) he takes on stages all over Europe and takes his listeners on an emotional journey from soothing melancholy all the way to exuberant euphoria.