Earith musician launches music video from debut EP record

PUBLISHED: 16:00 05 April 2017 | UPDATED: 12:42 06 April 2017

Tom Lumley

Tom Lumley

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The new music video from Tom Lumley’s debut EP release has gone live.

The single – Dream City – is now available to watch online, and features the Earith musician and his band playing in Cambridge.

Tom burst onto the music scene after being picked up by the likes of BBC Introducing Cambridgeshire, and is getting ready to release his full EP record – also called Dream City – later this month.

As well as working on his tracks, Tom has been playing live sessions and has even been asked to perform at the Dot to Dot and Green Meadow festivals.

Tom said: “I do what I do because I’m completely obsessed with music and love the feeling of performing live. I believe anything can happen so I want to achieve as much as my music will let me.”

The EP features tracks called Tonight, Done My Time, and Open Your Eyes, and will be available on April 6.

For more, search Tom Lumley on Facebook.

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