On 25th October, Tom Moriarty releases his debut single, entitled Fire In the Doll’s House on Driftwood Records.
With echoes of John Martyn, Bob Dylan and Paul Rodgers, Tom’s huskily emotional vocals recall days of protest songs when music was the true voice of the people. Fire In the Dolls House is a pure slice of rock with blues and folk influences, that heralds the arrival of a brand new songwriting talent to the stage.
Fire In the Dolls House is a touchstone for everyone alive today states Tom, “It's about how everyone seems to be blind to what's going on in the world and we need to wake up to the fact that we're all in this together.”
Fire In the Dolls House is the lead single to be released from the album of the same name, that was recorded at the legendary Studio 2 at Abbey Road and will be released in early 2011. The album is infused with emotion and contains a lifetime of experiences in every groove.
Other stand-out songs from the album include the uplifting song Smile If You Want to Get High, Dance with Me and the beautiful Sundancer and was produced by Ian Grimble who has also produced for Travis, Manic Street Preachers, Texas and Everything But the Girl amongst others.