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by Caroline Woodson


Thomas Day has given the heartbroken romantics a new song to belt in the car. “Come Home” is an emotional, yet catchy, single. A coming of age song about unrequited love, With his slant rhymes, Day writes lyrics that can’t help but get stuck in your head. The one line I can’t get out of my head is “we're not who we were when we were younger, it doesn't mean that I don't ever wonder”. As a rising pop star, Thomas Day knows how to put his feelings into songs through his pacing and syntax. If you are dealing with the mess of a broken heart this summer, this song may be on repeat.

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Nashville-based pop singer and songwriter Thomas Day presents his new single/video, “Come Home,” out today on Arista Records.

In the same vein as his recent singles “MASOCHIST” and “VICIOUS,” “Come Home” showcases Thomas’ unique ability to channel his heartache into catchy, radio-ready hits. It’s an emotionally-charged ballad that flawlessly captures both the euphoria and melancholy that comes with moving on from past heartbreaks.

He adds, "This song is about coming to accept everything that has ever hurt you in your life, and realizing it’s ok. I wrote this about growing up and it has completely changed me, and for that I am forever grateful. It’s an emotional song for me with a lot of heart and I can’t wait for the person who listens, to heal."

Capturing the hearts of millions with his heartfelt songwriting and powerful vocals, Thomas Day has quickly emerged as one of pop’s most exciting new acts. After taking off on TikTok with his captivating covers, he signed to Arista Records in 2021 and has continued to evolve into a fully-fledged pop star.

Thomas realized music was his future at the age of just 9 years old when he started participating in musical theater productions. Upon entering high school, the Tennessee native found another outlet in football, becoming his school’s star kicker and earning multiple college scholarship offers upon graduating earlier this year. Even as things took off with football, Thomas never let go of his musical dreams.

In 2021, he made the ultimate decision to turn down the football offers and fully commit to a career in music. With over 100 million global streams, nearly 1 million Spotify monthly listeners, and 7 million social followers, it's clear that Thomas Day chose the right path.


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