Canadian singer-songwriter, Theo Tams’ latest release offers an optimistic approach for a tender breakup ballad. “Fixable" poses the question, “Can this relationship be fixed or is it over?” The single is the product of the singer’s new creative direction following his success on Canadian Idol. The accompanying live studio session video shows an intimate look at the artist’s passion.
“Fixable” has an old-school R&B sound equipped with bass and harmonizing sonics. Tams’ powerful vocals hover perfectly over the beat’s sultry melody. His voice is a hidden gem balancing a soulful deepness and high range. He sings, “We can quit it if it’s broken, make it quick and painless. Or I got the ibuprofen, if you don’t want to change it.” The track is a hopeful serenade for a struggling relationship. Each verse gives quippy rhymes over a dance-worthy melody. While Tams’ vocals over the chorus offer a classic pop vibe.
Tams channels the realistic challenges associated with love for this single. He describes his creative process, “I think the foundation of all good relationships is being willing to admit when there are cracks and finding the quickest way to fix them – but that type of awareness can't come if you're blind to it.” The single is an easy listen for hopeless and cynical romantics alike.