Rhumba Club in the studio is Tom Falle, former lead singer and writer for Synth Pop duo TEDDY. Their single 'Happy Tim’ collected critical acclaim from The Guardian, Clash Magazine, the NME and The Line of Best Fit whilst picking up plays from Alice Levine on BBC Radio 1; Tom would go on to headline KOKO in 2016.


Since ending TEDDY in 2016, Tom has self-confessedly been obsessively listening to WHAM! and Erasure, playing around with congas and synth panflutes, and ripping apart his masculinity. 


This new phase as Rhumba Club has resulted in the gorgeously euphoric and seemingly sun-drenched new track ‘Reunion’, the recording of which was funded by ArtHouse Jersey. 'Reunion' was premiered on The Fader and the video premiered on NOTION


Since the release of Reunion he has headlined several sold-out shows at prestigious London venues, The Old Blue Last, The Waiting Room and has held his own queer party at the Bethnal Green Working Men's Club. He has also released his second single, 'Lucifer'. 


Tom has just embarked on a part-time MA in Popular Music Composition at Goldsmiths University. 


You can watch the video for Reunion here: 



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