David Clayton-Thomas Honours Frontline Pandemic Workers in Long Night

The Grammy-winning BST frontman delivers a song for the unsung heroes.

David Clayton-Thomas celebrates the everyday heroes of our current pandemic in his jazzy new single and video Long Night — showcasing today on Tinnitist.

“This is a song for the unsung heroes,” explains the Grammy-winning Blood, Sweat & Tears frontman. “I wanted to say thank you to the paramedics, firefighters, police officers, doctors, nurses, essential workers … I wanted to say thank you to all of the folks that put their lives on the line every day in dangerous and uncertain times.”

Long Night originally appeared on Clayton-Thomas’ widely acclaimed 2018 release Mobius — what was then the master songwriter’s first studio album featuring original songs in nearly a decade — and showcases the artist’s long-held respect and appreciation for those working tirelessly on the front lines. Earlier this year, he followed it up with the well-received topical offering Say Somethin’.

Clayton-Thomas is a member of the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, Canadian Songwriter’s Hall of Fame and Canada’s Walk of Fame. His storied talents have sold more than 40 million records.

Check out Long Night above, listen to Mobius below, and keep up with David Clayton-Thomas via his website, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.