Thomas Headon

How Do I Know?

Words by Amy Butcher

With his third EP Victoria released next month, Thomas Headon has given us another sweet
taster in How Do I Know? for what is going to be an exciting piece of work. Having built an
amazing online community around his music over the last two years, Headon has a knack for
creating such personal tracks that everyone can relate to, and his latest offering is no different.

Telling the story of young love and feelings after a first date, the jangly guitar melody and clever,
purposeful production helps feed into his distinct vocal, giving the listener the feeling as if this is
your friend debriefing after their own date. How Do I Know? is comforting, warm & full of that
fuzzy summer vibe we’re all currently missing as we edge closer to sunnier months.

If Thomas Headon is not on your radar, he should be.

Check out How Do I Know? here

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