Thomas Roche, a songwriter based in Sydney, Australia, has released the debut single for his new musical project Coral Theory and announce new EP.
With the release of “No Easy Way This Can Go”, Thomas Roche introduces his new musical project Coral Theory. It’s a song from the upcoming “Monotone Vibrations” EP, written and recorded entirely by Thomas in a Sydney suburban bedroom, and mastered by the Grammy award-winning William Bowden.
“No Easy Way This Can Go” is a dreamy psychedelic rock piece with meditative guitar leads, melancholic and slightly uplifting bass lines, and a flowing drum beat with fast drum fills. According to Thomas Roche, this song is about the end of a relationship, whether with a friend or a lover, when one side realizes that both of you are doing more harm than good to each other, and it’s best to walk away.
LISTEN TO “NO EASY WAY THIS CAN GO”
and see 5 Questions with Thomas Roche below.
What’s the weirdest dream you ever had?
Thomas: “Dreams are so hard to remember once they come and go… buttttt I do remember one of me saving my yr 6 class from the rainforest using jetpacks… whatever that says about me hahahaha.”
What makes someone a “good” person in your opinion?
Thomas: “So many great qualities could go into it but I think just being genuine, grateful for the things you have and considerate of others is all it really takes. I always find the people who everyone like are the people who only have nice things to say so stay nice.”
What’s your favorite book or movie?
Thomas: “Currently I really love Dune, read the book after watching the new movie and its just great. Soundtrack is incredible aswell.”
If you could level up humans as a species, what stat or ability would you increase?
Thomas: “Are we talking like normal abilities or superpowers? Normal abilities – just more empathy for others. Super – flight.”
What are five things you can’t live without?
– My Band Mates
– The Weekly Planet
– Tame Impala
– My J Mascis Squier Jazzmaster – thing is a beast
– Baskin Robbins – so elite
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