Tom Aspaul Channels Eurodance Ecstasy On New Pop Gem ‘Kiss It’, Teases ‘Life In Plastic’ Album

Tom Aspaul delivers his second taste of upcoming new album Life In Plastic with new Gil Lewis collaboration Kiss It. The singer recently took part in an Instagram live session where he previewed his upcoming sophomore album – and fans will be pleased to know that Tom is consistent in his delivery of Hi-NRG eurodance anthems.

Kiss It sees the British singer croon “I don’t wanna make the same mistake again / I don’t need another boyfriend’s heart to break / I don’t have anymore fucking time to wait / So come over here and kiss it all away / Kiss it all away…” against euphoric production that pays homage to classic Europop and nineties/noughties dancepop flavours.

Everything about the Life In Plastic campaign has been on point from Kiss It to prior single Let Them (It’s All Love) and the striking Y2K influenced imagery – rich in gleefully garish neons.

Photo: Jonathan Daniel Pryce

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