Tom Minor Asks “Where Do you see yourself in the next five years?” in his new song


British Musician Tom Minor asks the most famous question asked during job interviews in his new song “Where Do You See Yourself In 5 Years?”

“Where do you see yourself in the next give years?” is a bluesy song that contains lyrics that are creative and sort of snarky. Additionally, the song has a slow and steady pace that makes you want to dance.

Despite the fact that the song is characterized by loud, buzzing guitars that sustain the tempo, what truly sets it apart is the variety of instruments that are used. There is a positive organ that has the sound of a carousel, and there is also a harmonica that gives it a little bit of an American character.

Besides the usual drums, there are also other sounds like tapping and scraping, making it sound different and kind of indie and experimental. Tom does this to make you think about life in a different way. Instead of following a usual pattern, he challenges you, and it feels more interesting because of that.

The catchiness of the music was enhanced by the way the harmonica riffs were applied, and there are also gentle noises like ASMR percussion contained inside the tune. Featuring references to ancient Rome as well as the chants and replies of a Greek chorus, the song has a funky and gloomy vibe to it.

Teaboy Palmer produced the song and he did the perfect job to come up with this masterpiece. All the instruments he implemented were played at the right time giving the song is amazing sound.

Enjoy on Spotify below.



Written by
Barbie Edonia


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