Tom Aspaul

It’s been a full year since we were in there reporting on emerging pop crooner Tom Aspaul’s MNEK produced, urban directed debut “Indiana”. Although, we haven’t heard much in the way of physical content from Tom, he’s been busy enough behind the decks DJ-ing, lending the aforementioned “Indiana” to Kylie which was renamed as “Feels So Good” on her “Kiss Me Once” album, all whilst not forgetting to mention working with other popstars in the way of Little Mix.

So yes, it does seem to have been quite a productive year for Tom Aspaul all round.

Tom marks his return to the music stage with new material, which comes via a production collaboration called “Good Together” with rapidly sought after and emerging UK producer GRADES, who you might just be beginning to know a little something of, through his latest production endeavours with Bastille on their high impacting equality anthem together – “Torn Apart”.

Tom and GRADES collaboration “Good Together” is formed of GRADES favoured fusion of R’n’B and house production, in one velvety melting-pot of Janet Jackson turned pop and futuristically simmering inspiration, off-set once again with Tom’s impressively dreamy, evocative vocals and easy rising falsetto heighted nuances.

Coming through as high end in both quality and style, “Good Together” is like the indulgent extra, whipped creamy froth on your coffee or an additional helping of marshmallows on your hot chocolate. Comforting, warming and brimming over with decadent yumminess.