Out now is the new single from singer-songwriter Glenn Thomas, ‘All you can do’, taken from his forthcoming album Reassure me there’s a window, out on May 15th via Palace Flophouse Records.
All you can do has this sweeping haziness about it, with Thomas’s vocal creeping over the top of this indie-folk backing, with drips of steel guitar and this bubbling melancholy. According to Thomas “The lyrics came pretty quickly thinking of how sometimes, despite our best intentions, things aren’t always as we want them to be, and not to get too worked up about it.”
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Today, singer/songwriter Glenn Thomas has released “All You Can Do,” the timely new single from his forthcoming LP Reassure Me There’s A Window, out May 15th via Palace Flophouse Records. “Reassure Me There’s a Window veers from his previous releases in the realm of atmospheric and visceral rock and into contemplative indie-folk,” says PopMatters. “There’s bittersweet reflection to be unearthed in Thomas’ new single, the ‘All You Can Do.’ A subtle melange of string instrumentation helps to paint a plaintive image, swirling into a percussive, low-key folk jam…there can be a hopeful tinge garnered from its message, the implication being to let some of life’s low-points be and to focus on what can be changed.” Thomas wrote “All You Can Do” about the resolve to accept things the way they are, which often is the hardest thing to do, and says