Dylan John Thomas has shared brand new single ‘If I Didn’t Laugh’, which comes after his main stage performance at Glasgow’s TRNSMT festival.
The release follows recent single ‘Fever’, which kicked-off a succession of momentous achievements for the 24-year-old singer-songwriter, including a sold-out show at Glasgow’s Barrowland and his Glastonbury debut. In addition, the former busker also performed as support at recent shows for Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Courteneers and Stereophonics.
The unflinchingly honest ‘If I Didn’t Laugh’ was written by Dylan John Thomas and produced/mixed alongside Rich Turvey. Looking back at the summers of his childhood, living in foster care and being separated from his siblings, the artist concludes “If I didn’t laugh, I’d cry.”
LISTEN TO THE TRACK HERE:
Dylan John Thomas 2022 UK Headline Tour Dates:
Aberdeen Unit 51, 18 Nov
Dundee Fat Sams, 19
Newcastle Boiler Shop, 22
Manchester Gorilla, 23
Leeds Brudenell Social Club, 24
Liverpool Arts Loft, 26
Birmingham Hare & Hounds, 27
London Colours, 30
Glasgow Barrowland, 08 Dec
Both ‘If I Didn’t Laugh’ and ‘Fever’ are set to feature on ‘Dylan John Thomas – EP2’, plus two brand new songs ‘Now And Then’ and ‘What A Shame’, as well as the opening instrumental ‘Battle of Alesia’. The EP is due out on 04 November 2022.
‘Dylan John Thomas – EP2’ Full Tracklisting:
‘Battle of Alesia’
‘If I Didn’t Laugh’
‘Now and Then’
‘What a Shame’
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