Tom Quick - Sleeper's Lot
It’s a rainy day here in Norway and Tom Quick’s track, “Sleeper’s Lot” is the perfect fit for the surrounding environment. It’s a delicate and deeply moving song that features moments of ambient swells and plucked instrumentation, all of which create a cozy backdrop.
“I wanted to create a beautiful piece of music not limited by the constraints of popular form - something to envelop the listener and take them to a place of pure calm and introspection. The piano takes centre stage but I've used real-world recordings and lots of space in a nod to the Lowercase movement.”
The song is incredibly gorgeous, especially when you reflect on the amount of detail and attention Tom Quick has poured into this lovely piece.
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