Thom Southern – Suzanne I’m Sorry (Video)
Thom Southern, a singer/songwriter from Belfast, Ireland, drops his gorgeous self-produced debut album Plaza together with the beautifully fuzzy and super catchy “Suzanne I’m Sorry.” Even if your name is not Suzanne, you’d forgive Thom on the spot with a song like that. Soft, and bright with some exquisite guitar shredding that brings the sonic apology home. Asked about the track, Thom says:
Lyrically I kept things very simple and to the point. Through the use of a song there is an apology, reaching out to an old love and trying to reconnect with that person. I recorded the track in my Liverpool apartment along with the other tracks on my debut album with some minimal recording gear to keep things raw and meaningful.
Agreed! The focus and minimalism is what makes the magnetism of “Suzanne I’m Sorry.” In a nod to his busking days, Thom Southern includes live music snippets in his ultra-charming video. Check out the music video, filmed by Dan Hewitson, and listen to “Suzanne I’m Sorry,” our Song Pick of the Day:
Photo credit: Jamie Stockwood