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Ward Thomas release video for ‘One More Goodbye’

24 year-old twin sisters Catherine and Lizzy, otherwise known as Ward Thomas, have released the video for their emotionally charged single, ‘One More Goodbye’, filmed at the girls’ cottage in Hampshire.

Off the back of their European tour with Jack Savoretti, Ward Thomas today release the video for the heartbreakingly beautiful ‘One More Goodbye’, the single taken from the duo’s Top 10 album ‘Restless Minds’, out now on WTW Music/Sony Music. These last few months One More Goodbye has been the emotional closing song of a live set that has converted scores of new fans across Europe, and Australia before that (with David Gray); the sisters have also been joining Jack on stage for a rendition of the Killers’ hit “Human”. Catherine and Lizzy also play a string of UK festivals this summer including the Isle Of Wight Festival on 16th June.

Filmed in the girls’ cottage in Hampshire, the personal setting of the video directly alludes to the personal and emotionally charged track and gives fans a rare intimate insight into Ward Thomas’ world. Beginning with a simple yet soulful piano line, the emotional ballad builds to an anthemic climax, with a choir adding further depth and emotion to the beautifully poignant lyrics. “This song is about savouring that last moment, that last goodbye,” Ward Thomas said of the song. “Maybe saying goodbye forever or maybe for a long time or just an unknown amount of time. For us it’s one of the album’s most emotional moments.”

Restless Minds is the follow up to their 2016 No.1 charting major label debut ‘Cartwheels’ and firmly establishes Ward Thomas as leading exponents of new wave country tinged pop.

Ward Thomas play the following UK dates:


Sun 16th ISLE OF WIGHT, Isle of Wight Festival

Sat 22nd BATH, Pub in the Park


Sat 13th ESSEX, Dixiefields


Sun 4th EXETER, Tunes in the Castle


Sat 14th BLACKPOOL, British Country Music Festival


Sat 19th CANTERBURY, Canterbury Festival