I am that.

by Millington

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'I am that' is like closing your eyes and travelling inward, an uplifting escape with a soul tingling soundscape, driving pulse and conscious lyrics.

It was recorded in the heart of Stoke-on-Trent, Millington's hometown, at the Riff factory, engineered and mastered by Tom Carter, and produced by them both.

The two have known each other since they were digging for worms and hanging upside down from climbing frames. The chemistry in the music is clear to hear. It was in these early years that the young Tom Millington developed a pronounced stammer. Through music and speech therapies, he created a unique relationship with rhythm and song.

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'I Am That'

I am an ocean of something that isn't
Any less than full with love and ambition
Persistent of being more than just conditioned

The ground tells me to get up and start crawlin'
Until I get traction then start walkin'
Resulting in some kind of jubilant struttin'

I am
I am

Pumped up and happy as my life alters
For the greater as the eyes of my daughters
Watch carefully for all of my triumphs and falters

I am
I am

A teacher, a student,
A warrior father,
A medicine for you to get through this sooner
Than I can surrender to all my plans

I am that, I am...

I am a journey, a peaceful fury
A furnace that's burning, a wheel that keeps turning
Something, nothing or everything with feeling
A healing

Connected to logic and being like water
It all depends on how I pour it
Forfeit it for free, nah not me
I know I can

I am that, I am...

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released September 13, 2019
Produced, Mixed and Mastered by Tom Carter
All Music, Lyrics and Produced by Tom Millington

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Millington Melbourne, Australia

With a pronounce stammer from an early age a young Tom Millington developed his language through rhythm thus creating a unique relationship with music.

“Music gave me the opportunity to communicate and express myself deeply, I have been speaking and thinking in rhythms for as long as I can remember”.

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