Tom McGeoch didn’t give himself much credit after winning a poetry contest in college. He thought he was just a drummer from Columbus, Ohio, and didn't think of himself as a songwriter/artist even though he wrote plenty of original songs. After graduating from Berklee College of Music, he packed everything he could fit into a Honda Civic and drove across the country to Los Angeles to pursue a career in music. The artist name From, Tom comes straight from his poetry and letters that he has written over the last several years. A process that he has continued to practice every day. From, Tom is completely raw and unfiltered. His music communicates the more difficult aspects of life in a refreshing and unique way. These songs are an honest reflection of who Tom McGeoch authentically is.
The latest ambiance dispersed throughout From, Tom’s recent release of “Someone,” is thought-provoking in a realm of both tranquil and buoyant components coming together to coincide in a triumphant launch of empowering tenors.
Discussing brilliant themes that relate to his fan base on an emotional level, From, Tom displays a vulnerable side of himself in his lyrical motifs displayed. “Just because you love someone, someone, someone, don't mean that it's enough,” is the memorable line to commence the vibrant essence of the chorus as we digest the soothing verses that outline his thoughts based on the notion of holding on to someone’s company for just too long.
From, Tom has a striking tone that is poured into the manner he flaunts his realism. Basking in the heartfelt timbres that he charismatically swings into a perspective scope of emotion, we take the lived experiences by From, Tom and we transition the carefully crafted words into our own understandings that infiltrate our mindset as this song progresses.
“Someone,” has us reaching into thoughts that we have pushed to the side and feeling inner sentiments that we didn’t know still resided in our care. With each release, From, Tom dives into a deeper pool of melodies that come across as more felt than heard.