With over 30 million global streams and 7 million social followers, 20-year-old singer-songwriter Thomas Day is back to share his next single & video, “The End,” out on Arista Records.
Opening with gentle guitar strumming and Thomas’ captivating vocals, the song soars towards an explosive chorus. “The End” spreads a heart-wrenching yet powerful message about not giving up, even when the pain feels overwhelming.
“This song is definitely the most emotional I’ve released so far and this was actually the first time I’d ever cried while I was recording a song,” says Thomas. “The ending of anything is my biggest fear. I hate change, I’ll do anything to fight for keeping things the same, which is kind of hypocritical because I broke up with a girl I’m in love with. This song is a fight for everything to be ok, but even if it isn’t, knowing it will be ok in the end.”
The music video for “The End” was directed by Brenton Giesey, a Nashville-based visual artist who worked with Thomas on his last two music videos, “Wildflower” and “not my job anymore.” Thomas elaborates on the visual concept: “The water described my emotions towards the entire concept of the video, and emotionally allowed me to get into it, which I knew I needed to do with this song. It was really fun too.”
Capturing the hearts of millions with his heartfelt songwriting and powerful vocals, Thomas Day has quickly emerged as one of pop’s most exciting new acts. Thomas realized music was his future at the age of just 9 years old when he started participating in musical theater productions. Upon entering high school, the Tennessee native found another outlet in football, becoming his school’s star kicker and earning multiple college scholarship offers upon graduating earlier this year. Even as things took off with football, Thomas never let go of his musical dreams. After taking off on TikTok with his captivating covers he signed to Arista Records in 2021, evolving into a full-fledged pop act with hit singles like “not my job anymore,” “The New Me,” and his recent hit track “Wildflower.”