“Four Songs” is the exquisite debut EP from singer/songwriter Tomos Lewis – and present four beautifully crafted songs in the vein of Damien Rice with rumblings reminiscent of Paolo Nutini and Mumford & Sons.

With an array of singer/songrwiter albums ever-present in my CD collection over the years I have learned to appreciate the stripped back technique they adopt and have grown to love their understated but powerful approach to delivering beautiful music – however, not since hearing Damien Rice’s “O” for the first time have I experienced chills…until Tomos Lewis.

Pegged as an EP to “sway, dream, smile and weep to” it does just that – capturing all emotions surrounding love and its joy and pain – all at once with passionate but understated vocals and guitar driven but sweet/sensitive hook filled tracks.

“I Died Deep Inside” is the opening track of “Four Songs” and provides a taste of what to expect. Listen here: http://soundcloud.com/still-small-voice-music/i-died-deep-inside-tomos-lewis

“Four Songs” is out now on Still Small Voice Recordings.

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