The Tomicks – “You’re My Man”


Shimmering guitars – lush strums and jangly twangs – kick off “You’re My Man”, led throughout by engaging vocals that guide seamlessly into the symphonic expansion that occurs thereafter. The Tomicks impressed this past December with “Break Up Anthem“, which recalled piano-led pop of the ’60s and ’70s, and “You’re My Man” shows their broadened stylistic horizons — a form of chamber-pop that adds depth to the act’s already-hooky sound. The track’s sound was influenced in equal part by Dionne Warwick and the Bee Gees, the disco tinge felt in the fleeting string movements.

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Mike Mineo

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