Sydney based Indie Folk artist Tommy Drifter recently released his easygoing new single Salty Days.
The single was premiered on Triple J’s ‘Roots N All’ and has since been played on radio stations all around Australia.
Tommy recorded the single at Hercules Street Studios, which is owned by Harry Vanda (AC/DC, The Easybeats) and is the first offering from his forthcoming debut EP.
Tommy debuted in 2020 with the release of his single called Save Me, which was recorded with producer Billy Otto (The Temper Trap, Gang Of Youths, Sticky Fingers, The Beautiful Girls.) He then followed up in 2021 with the release of his single Moving On.
Tommy will soon team up with Sydney producer Tim McArtney (Gang Of Youths, Hoodoo Gurus) to record his debut EP.
Salty Days is available for streaming and download on all major online stores.