Thomas Cole

Thomas Cole Teams Up With EJ Garland For ‘Cringe’

Cringe,’ by Thomas Cole and EJ Garland, is one of those catchy tunes that is difficult to ignore once it starts playing. Furthermore, the new track from the New York musician is the long-awaited feel-good summer paean.

The music is energising from the moment it begins, and the excitement spreads throughout the mix as it advances. Also, the structure does not stay in one gear and frequently alters shapes, creating an exhilarating experience for all.

Thomas and EJ begin the release with a message bolstering each other’s confidence with compliments. They then get down to business, discussing the prejudice that many members of the LGBT community face. It’s an honest storey that will resonate with many people, and the two of them shine, with charisma speaking about being true to oneself and never hiding from others who are quick to criticise.

With his technique, Thomas takes a fresh approach, and the result is a stunning new impression. The vocals are out of this world, with a futuristic edge that sets it apart from Thomas‘ prior works. Also, the addition of EJ Garland provides the backlog of Thomas with a new advantage, and EJ gives the mix a dimension that opens the door to a whole new world of possibilities.

As far as pop-dance tracks go, this one is right up there with the best, and it won’t be surprising to hear it screaming out of basement speakers in the coming months, especially now that more clubs are receiving the green light to reopen. It couldn’t have come at a better time and is here just in time for the party!

You can check out the official video for ‘Cringe‘ by Thomas Cole below.

Also, you can visit Thomas Cole on his official Instagram account here.

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