Nashville’s very own pop sensation, Thomas Day, has just released his latest single and accompanying music video, “Come Home,” under the prestigious Arista Records label. This new release follows the same emotional trajectory as his previous hits, “MASOCHIST” and “VICIOUS,” once again demonstrating Day’s extraordinary talent for transforming personal heartache into captivating, radio-friendly music.
“Come Home” is an emotionally potent ballad that perfectly encapsulates the bittersweet feelings of moving forward after experiencing heartbreak. Day’s songwriting prowess shines through as he explores themes of acceptance and personal growth. “This song is about coming to terms with everything that has ever caused you pain in your life, and understanding that it’s okay,” Day shares. “I wrote this song about growing up, and it has profoundly changed me. I am eternally grateful for that. It’s a deeply personal song for me, filled with heart, and I eagerly anticipate its ability to help listeners heal.”
Thomas Day has rapidly ascended the ranks of the pop music scene, capturing the hearts of millions with his sincere songwriting and commanding vocals. His journey to stardom began on TikTok, where his captivating covers caught the attention of Arista Records. Since signing with them in 2021, Day has continued to evolve, solidifying his status as a bona fide pop star.
Day’s passion for music was ignited at a young age. At just nine years old, he began participating in musical theater productions. As he entered high school, the Tennessee native found another passion in football, becoming his school’s star kicker and earning multiple college scholarship offers. However, despite his success in football, Day never relinquished his musical aspirations.
In 2021, Day made the pivotal decision to decline the football scholarships and fully dedicate himself to his music career. With over 100 million global streams, nearly 1 million Spotify monthly listeners, and a social following of 7 million, it’s evident that Day’s decision has paid off.