Prayrain, Tom Lohrmann’s “One-Sided” — Review

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While Prayrain and Tom Lohrmann‘s collaboration “One-Sided” originally came out back in June 2019, it only recently came across our desk at Glasse Factory. A standard pop song about unrequited love, it features bright, syncopated guitars, sleek pop production, and notable vocal performances from both Prayrain and Lohrmann.

While I felt that Lohrmann’s voice matched the funky, upbeat track a little bit more naturally, Prayrain certainly established herself as a vocal force with a strong performance. While the auto-tuned “ah’s” that are introduced at the beginning of the song and reappear throughout the track didn’t hit my ears particularly well, she displayed impressive power and range throughout. Meanwhile, Lohrmann’s clear, radio-friendly voice fit this song like a glove, and his exceptional bass work did not go unnoticed.

Since the release of “One-Sided,” both Prayrain and Tom Lohrmann have released new material. Check out Lohrmann’s “All In” and Prayrain’s “Moving On Feels Like” now!


About Prayrain

“The phrase ‘pray rain’ was originally coined for the spiritual practice of journaling about having what you wish for in the present moment. It is believed that if you write about your fantasies as reality, you will attract them. I’ve wanted to create music for a long time, but have been afraid. I don’t want to hold back the inspiration any longer, so I’ve chosen the name ‘Prayrain’ to create music as if my fears don’t exist.”

Tom Lohrmann

About Tom Lohrmann

“Tom Lohrmann is an established touring bassist, playing in numerous pop, country, and rock projects. He has been featured on NBC’s TODAY and at CMA Fest in Nashville, TN and Summerfest in Milwaukee, WI.

As a writer and producer, Lohrmann has accumulated a quarter million streams across digital platforms, co-writing with several of Nashville’s up and coming artists.”

Casey Fitzmaurice currently acts as the Department Head of A&R for Glasse Factory. A December 19
Casey Fitzmaurice currently acts as the Department Head of A&R for Glasse Factory. A December 19

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