Growing up in a family full of performers, T. Thomason was raised on theatre and film sets, making what feels like an inevitable move to becoming an artist himself. Growing up in Nova Scotia, T. released three albums by the age of 19, garnering support from television shows like Degrassi: The Next Generation and sharing bills with acts including Carly Rae Jepsen, Gord Downie, and Collective Soul. He has had multiple ECMA and Music Nova Scotia nominations, and received recognition as one of “Canada’s Top 25 Under 25” by CBC Music in 2017.

After taking a short break from the industry in 2015 and early 2016, his EP sweet baby was released, becoming a declaration of independence, grown from a period of self-discovery, and also garnering a 2017 nomination for Rock Recording of the Year at the Nova Scotia Music Awards.

In November 2017, T. and producer Dave Henriques embarked on a new collaborative journey, developing the pop/electronic sound of his next full-length album. His singles "Bliss" and "Loser" dropped in August and November 2018, respectively and are available to hear on streaming platforms.

This past February, T. appeared as one of five artists on an episode of CTV’s hit music-reality show “The Launch”, alongside mentors Scott Borchetta, Marie-Mai, and Sarah McLachlan. His song “HOPE” was launched from the episode, with his own songwriting spin on the track, and produced by Alex Hope (Troye Sivan, Tove Lo, Missy Higgins). “HOPE” reached #4 on the iTunes Pop charts and #11 overall, gaining over 100k streams in the first two weeks of release.

T. continues to break barriers and make a name for himself within the Canadian music scene. His latest self-written track "Pleasure" is a thrilling electro-pop anthem about setting yourself free.

"The song was written on the last day of summer, on a bike ride from my former basement apartment in North End Halifax to Chocolate Lake. The solo lake trip felt like I was coming back to myself after a long road of trying to get by and just be okay. "Pleasure" for the sake of pleasure, became my mantra and then turned into this song. I hope it moves you; onto the dance floor, out into the sun, forward through the beautiful summer we’ve been gifted. Whether you listen to “Pleasure” solo, with friends, or with a special someone, I want you to have fun. This song is upbeat and bright, a little sexy, flamboyant and intentionally over the top at points. It’s about having a good time and dancing your face off like no one’s watching."

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