Tomás Doncker & The True Groove All-Stars has released their new single titled ‘Soothe You’ from their upcoming EP ‘Driving Through Limbo Vol. 2’.

Tomás is an artist who long ago brilliantly found his sound. Recognizable from the first note and endearing to all those who have ever lived a life. With ‘Soothe You’ we get a sparsely musical embrace to the soul that features Tomás’ grittily gracious vocals and a guitar riff that makes the song and takes it as high as it can go. Literally and musically matching the title, ‘Soothe You’ is a track that must be heard live to get that full meaning and movement.

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About Tomás Doncker & The True Groove All-Stars

Producer/Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist, and indie label CEO, Tomás Doncker has been a mover and innovator on the New York music, arts, and culture scenes for almost four decades. In addition to helming his own band, Tomás Doncker & The True Groove All-Stars, he’s collaborated with luminaries such as Bootsy Collins, Patti Smith, Meshell Ndegeocello, Ivan Neville, Bonnie Raitt and Pulitzer Prize winning poet Yusef Komunyakaa on dozens of critically acclaimed music and multi-media projects—all tied together by the common thread of Global Soul.

His new release, Driving Through Limbo, fits in seamlessly with the lineage created by soul singer-guitarist-songwriters like Curtis Mayfield, Johnny Guitar Watson, Chuck Brown, and Bobby Womack.

Driving Through Limbo Vol. 1, the new EP from Tomás Doncker & The True Groove All-Stars, fuses an all-new set of post-modern grooves spun off the deep legacy of ‘70s soul and vintage R&B. “Limbo is the place where we all seem to be right now,” Doncker muses on the first installment in a trilogy of thematically connected EPs (slated to culminate as a double-vinyl release).

“It’s as if, globally, society is waiting for the other shoe to drop—politically, personally, all of it. We don’t know where we’re going, as humanity. I don’t think we’ve ever truly known, but at this point trying to divine the next phase of our collective existence is impossible. It’s a very anxious time for everyone.”

Earworms abound as Doncker culls essences from across the music spectrum to create a magical feeling that belies a serious message. “I’ve always believed the job of an artist to is to flex and hopefully shine light in the darkness in which we exist. That’s part of the job, if not the main job. This is very much where the True Groove All-Stars are.

It’s the statement we want to make right now, it’s where we’re going. We’re trying to navigate through a dark and confusing time. Some of us are driving, some are running, but we’ve all got to keep moving to see our way through.