Thomas White

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Thomas White is a hugely talented musician, producer and visual artist based in Brighton, England.

Besides cutting his music teeth in the much loved and award winning psych-pop band The Electric Soft Parade and contributing vocals and guitar to the cult Brighton ‘super group’ Brakes, White has also released three critically acclaimed solo albums.

His debut solo LP ‘I Dream Of Black’ (2008) was an experimental lo-fi home recorded gem. White’s second solo effort ‘The Maximalist’ (2010) was a markedly more complex, hi-fi affair of eclectic, bizarre post-modern pop music.

His third album ‘Yalla!’ (Egyptian Arabic for ‘let’s go’) was written and recorded over two weeks in the small town of Dahab, South Sinai. Featuring only acoustic guitar and vocal, the album details the limbo at the end of a long relationship compared to that of moving to a foreign country, making myriad references to the sea, shorelines, water, the sun, colours, the weather, travel and nature.

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