Four Songs from 'The Obscure' Nominee Brits (4-track Sampler) 2002. Promo) 2002 Use of McRae's songs in film and television. This section of a biography of a living person does not include any references or sources. Please help by adding reliable sources.
Singer/songwriter Tom McRae joined the ranks of David Gray and Mike Scott thanks to his lovelorn poetics and heartfelt anguish, and thankfully wasn't ignored in 2001's surge and reign of male artists (Pete Yorn, Ryan Adams). His self-titled debut, both cathartic and brash, exudes a young master in the making. McRae seeks solace in plucking out the pain, leaving old wounds to heal without much care, but molding his soul into something more rough-edged and knowledgeable.
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Amazing fan Jukebox Of Tom McRae Tracks. trinity-church?utm source 1471&utm medium partner.
Expecting The Rain Tom McRae & The Standing Band Feat. What A Way To Win A War. Hungry Like The Wolf - Live with Strings.
Producers Chris Hughes & Tom McRae. More Tom McRae albums.
2013 Buzzard Tree Records. The Alphabet of Hurricanes. Ah, The World! Oh, The World! 2017.
Tom McRae, a British singer-songwriter originally from Suffolk, has released four albums since he came onto the scene in 2000, but it still seems to be his eponymous debut album that is the most liked. In fact it has garnered something like cult status in the English musical subculture, probably largely down to his unsettling way of singing angsty lyrics of threatened revenge in a fractured and delicate falsetto voice
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|3||I Ain't Scared Of Lightning||1:27|
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