Thomas Day Grows Up on the Emotional “Come Home”


When Thomas Day makes a breakthrough, he turns it into a powerful piece of pop music. For the times he felt defeated, he released “The End,” an uplifting reminder that things will work out. To get closure from a breakup, he dropped “VICIOUS,” which confronted the ex. He realized that a lot of love can come from pain on his last release, “MASOCHIST,” choosing to embrace a new relationship instead of rejecting it out of fear. By working on himself and taking in the lessons he has learned along the way, he has changed for the better. Thomas recognizes this change in his new single, “Come Home.”

On “Come Home,” we get an emotional acoustic-based ballad that focuses on growing up. Starting out in a vulnerable way, we hear guitar and expressive vocals from Thomas, leaving space for the song to build. After such wide, expansive choruses with layers of vocals, we get more beats and rhythms, showing that Thomas has arrived – both musically and emotionally. He sings, “Some things are better broken / some doors aren’t meant to open / Sometimes you gotta let go / You taught me / Some people come and go but / Maybe that’s how you grow up.” You can check it out below.

About “Come Home,” Thomas shares,

“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.”    

You can listen to “Come Home” on platforms like SoundCloud, Spotify, and Apple Music.

Keep up with Thomas Day: Instagram // Facebook // Twitter // TikTok // YouTube // Website


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