THOM LEWIS

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Thom Lewis (AKA Bramwell Bronte) started working as an assistant for Miloco gaining studio experience with artists and producers such as Jamie T, James Ford & Jim Lowe. After moving to Newcastle, he became head engineer at Blast Recording Studios cutting his teeth with artists like The Unthanks, New York Dolls, Thin Lizzy (Black Star Riders), The Yada Yada Yadas (Trunky Juno) and learning from the producers Andy Taylor (Duran Duran), Jason Hill & Keith Olsen.

 

Since 2016, Thom has been working on producing everything Sam Fender has released to date, initially making music out of their flats and Sam’s managers garden shed. The debut single Play God received Radio 1’s Hottest Record In The World on its day of release, an accolade that became common for Thom and Sam. After multiple singles and tours together with Thom helping behind the scenes, they released the Dead Boys EP which led to Sam being awarded BBC’s Sound of 2018 and winning the Brit’s Critics Choice Award. Thom produced Sam’s debut album Hypersonic Missiles reaching a UK number 1 and went gold in the UK. Over the pandemic, Thom produced Sam’s critically acclaimed album Seventeen Going Under which also reached number 1 and went gold in the UK with the title single reaching No.3 in the charts. Seventeen Going Under has recently been nominated for Brit's 2022 Album of the Year. Thom has recently been working with The Howl & The Hum, Martha Hill and L'objectif.

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