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Tom Laim ‘Lean’ : Mighty in that impossible of possibilities in love – once more.

Tom Laim

Deciding on a path of lonesome heroism. Was it worth it to take the end of that godforsaken predicate? You wonder. You ponder. Sitting here at the corner of Main and Street, a rolling roil of regrets and second-guesses gush over your soul. A shriveled up and doubtful soul. The setting sun warms you none, and it never felt so cold.

Breakups are a pain. Silent and contactless. Emotive and certain.

Tom Laim’s ‘Lean’ is mighty in depth. Mighty in lyrical craft. Mighty in that impossible of possibilities in love – once more.

Off of Tom’s latest LP ‘Addison’, ‘Lean’ is just one of the fascinating productions that jump out with fabulous story telling, with multi-genre styles and gumption.

‘Addison’ is out now.

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