The Drew Thomson Foundation Drops Fun Indie Rock Song “Break”

 “”On the surface, “Break” is about a relationship, but in a broader sense, it’s about not being afraid of change and the possible consequences that can come from it. We had a lot of fun working with Alex Newport, and I think that comes through in the recording and the rest of the album.”
– Drew Thomson


Drew Thomson, the Single Mothers frontman, is out with a brand new single for his solo project to start of 2019 right! This marks the projects 5th single release. He has just dropped a single called “Break” under the name The Drew Thomson Foundation. The song features Alex Newport. The song is a 1990’s sounding rock song with hints of modern day pop punk. Lyrically, the song speaks about having a romance with someone that just doesn’t see how good they have it in the relationship. The song is about Drew Thomson’s partner taking a “break” from the relationship to realize that he is “the one” for her. This rock song builds throughout it’s 2 minute run into a rock anthem. The only wish that we have is that the song was a bit longer. Rock the Pigeon also recommends checking out Drew Thomson’s 2018 single “Stay.” Drew Thomson cites his musical inspirations as: The Hold Steady, The Front Bottoms, Modern Baseball, Okkervill River, Joyce Manor, Tiger Jaw, Pkew Pkew Pkew, The Dirty Nil, The Sidekicks, Drug Church, Self Defense Family, Culture Abuse, and Former Member. 

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Written by Ryan Cassata

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