MF Tomlinson’s ‘The End Of The Road’ Is A Salute To Community | News

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MF Tomlinson has shared new song ‘The End Of The Road’.

The London based songwriter will release his new album early next year, with ‘We Are Still Wild Horses’ set to land on February 17th via PRAH Recordings.

New song ‘The End Of The Road’ taps into the surging energies that pervaded the Black Lives Matter and Extinction Rebellion protests of 2020, and praised the sense of unity that emerged from those demonstrations.

Softly soulful, MF Tomlinson’s vocal is tinged with emotion, while the beautiful visuals were sculpted by film maker Daisy JT Smith.

MF Tomlinson comments…

“It’s about that feeling when you just can’t believe what’s in the news – how senseless and enraging it all is. You think: How is this all happening when everyone is up in arms about it? Where are the people like me and you? That is a very lonely feeling. When you do find yourself deep in a crowd of people resonating on the same idea you feel safe, almost like you’re being held – and you feel powerful.”

“So this is a dream of that crowd, from isolation. Being in opposition of all of the shit that’s going on right now would seem to be an extremely unrewarding task – but yet somehow it’s not. Making generalisations is getting increasingly difficult (it’s one of the great things about our times) so it’s hard to put a finger on, but what I’m singing about, is our culture, our generation. I’m very proud to be a part of it. As well as being a protest song, this is a love letter to our culture.”

Tune in now.

Photo Credit: Andrea Zvadova 

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