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  • one.

    WHAT DOES YOUR MUSIC LOOK LIKE?

    “IF MY MUSIC EVER SOUNDS A FRACTION OF HOW GOOD THIS LOOKS, I'LL BE A HAPPY MAN”
  • two.

    DESTROY SOMETHING

    “THE ART OF BEING A MAN IS ALREADY DESTROYED IF THIS HAS BEEN PUBLISHED”
  • three.

    WHAT IS IN YOUR POCKETS?

    “THE QUEEN'S FACE”
  • four.

    PHOTOGRAPH SOMEONE WHO IS NOT EXPECTING IT

    “OLYMPIANS LAURA TROTT AND TOM DALEY LETTING THEIR HAIR DOWN ON THE NEW YORK SUBWAY”
  • five.

    LOVE IS . . .

    “A SENSATIONAL CONDIMENT TRAY”
  • six.

    WHAT CONFUSES YOU?

    “IDENTICAL TWINS”
  • seven.

    HOW HARD DO YOU PARTY?

    “VERY, PARTICULARLY WHEN PETER'S IN TOWN”
  • eight.

    WHAT MAKES YOU ANGRY?

    “OVERRIPE BANANAS”
  • nine.

    REMIX A PHOTO

    “AN UNKNOWN HERITAGE (ALMOST)”
  • ten.

    WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE GRAFFITI?

    “IT'S 'FUGOTTEN'”
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Interview With Tom Hickox

SERIOUS MUSIC FOR SOLEMN TIMES

Interview With Tom Hickox

SERIOUS MUSIC FOR SOLEMN TIMES

Tom Hickox is a singer-songwriter from North London. He’s the son of the acclaimed composer Richard Hickox and repeated comparisons have been made with the likes of Leonard Cohen and Tom Waits. His music inspires deep stirrings and he has been hailed for his depth and intensity (The Daily Telegraph), “as if from a different planet, and certainly from a different age” (The Sunday Times), with “outrageously daring” lyrics (Fuse Magazine).

Tom has been recording his debut album with producer Colin Elliot (who has previously worked with Jarvis Cocker and Duane Eddy) and has secured a prestigious support slot with Richard Hawley – who he has also recorded with in Sheffield – tomorrow night. Tom will also play a follow-up showcase at St Pancras Old Church in London on Thursday 7 March (tickets here).

You can download The Angel Of The North here for nowt. The video for The Pretty Pride Of Russia is below. Because solemn times require serious music.

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