My Autumn Amor has officially premiered his new album titled ‘Quiet Girl’. When we reviewed the title single in May, we got a glimpse of what could be. Now we have the whole picture, and its vivid. We get that solid songwriting and dynamic genre hopping between the lines and the tracks with varied hooks in every piece.
It’s hard to find a favorite track with the diversity all around ‘Quiet Girl’ the album. Right now, personally, I would have to say ‘Believe’ because of that subtleness and personal feeling about. But, that could change in five minutes. There is something for everyone here. And its personal.
My Autumn Amor is L.A. based songwriter Thomas Monroe. Monroe’s songs have consistently found their way to both college and mainstream radio thru various monikers and bands. “Your Life Is A Song (Ft. Yuki Noda) recently peaked at #51 on the Mediabase Chart, wracking up over 1,800 spins on Top 40 stations in the United States. He has had 3 previous songs on KROQ Los Angeles, one on Alt 98.7, airplay on over 240 college stations, and his latest release was featured by Nic Harcourt on KCSN, and in Tokyo, Japan on INTERFM.
Monroe’s musical journey began when his father put a microphone in his hand at 5 years old and made him sing along with the Beatles vinyl records. This corruption continued in elementary school in the form of gifts of Casio keyboards and low budget guitars and amplifiers. Early vinyl adventures included David Bowie, T-Rex, Pixies, and King Crimson. After Grade 9, Monroe left home with a suitcase, a guitar, and John Lennon – Plastic Ono Band (1971).
Thomas spent 3 years in high school as a homeless teenager, at times literally singing for his supper. At other times not eating for days at a time. He is now a monthly contributor to UNICEF Guardian Circle children’s fund, and urges those who can to contribute. Even a few dollars per month can help deliver lifesaving food and medicine to hungry, homeless, and refugee children. Click HERE to donate.
SOURCE: Official Bio
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