Tom Williams – Heads Down

An intensely captivating release from Hastings singer songwriter Tom Williams, who celebrates ten years since his breakthrough debut album ‘Too Slow’.

Lyrically, ‘Heads Down’ nods to dystopian modern life. Williams uses a fictional city of the future to describe a people who have become so disconnected by a fear of human interaction, that they would rather keep their heads down than help each other in their hour of need.

“’Heads Down’ is a late-night walk through a city on its knees. Crime runs rampant, the sea has frozen over, no help or law enforcement to be found. No one looks out for each other; everybody keeps their heads down and keeps on walking.”

Taken from the upcoming album ‘Follow The Leader’ which is out 30th July via Wire Boat Recordings.

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