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Look out for Tom Forest as he releases his debut album HOPE in January. The British singer-songwriter who hails from a tiny village in London rolled out track Superhuman which is soaked with loneliness and vulnerability.

Speaking on the track, Tom states: “I have this image in my head of a man in a suit, underwater, never reaching the surface. ‘Superhuman’ is about working too hard towards something, and becoming engulfed. I worked for a few years at a law firm with the idea that a solid, well-paid job would somehow help me cling on in London, making music. But I was juggling two careers with no space for anything else, to breaking point. Sometimes it is better to give up, and to go home, if you can.”
robb@lucidonline.co.uk

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