Tom Felton uploads music session with Sam Roman to Youtube

Tom Felton uploads music session with Sam Roman to Youtube

For those of you paying attention, Tom tweeted the link to a new video he posted to his YouTube account today, courtesy of what he jokingly calls his TF iPhone Productions.

Check this video from my music session with @sam_roman. Love this song!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCR5ATat1VM&feature=youtube_gdata

TF iPhone productions present @sam_roman on his piano yesterday at studio x http://bit.ly/aTb7yH

 

For those of you that follow Sam on Twitter, you know he was waiting ever so patiently for Tom to show up yesterday for this bit of a jam.  The short video from the day is described as being the first verse of a number entitled “Man on the Moon”, and features Sam tickling the ivories.

 

Lyrics for “Let’s Take It Back,” Tom Felton’s Newest Song!

Lyrics for "Let's Take It Back," Tom Felton's Newest Song!

Remember, you can listen to it here. And don’t forget to become a fan!

“Let’s Take It Back” Lyrics:

So you can take a look
in my crystal ball,
tell me what you see.
Nothing at all.
Because the past
it’s not last
quite long enough.
Didn’t notice it
would be so rough.

Ah, misspent youth,
time well spent.
You can’t find a life
in just paying the rent

Now

Let’s take it back to the early days,
when we were carefree
and oh so young.
Let’s take it back to the memories,
oh, when life seemed to be nothing but fun.

Now,
let’s rewind
to those times
when we
were happy.

Let this song bring back what seems to be gone
I said let this song bring back what seems to be gone

So you can take a glass of a champagne past
which unfortunately
didn’t last
because ignorance
was bliss,
sealed with a kiss.
I’d take my chance to dance
with no need to resist

Misspent youth,
time well spent.
You can’t find a life
in just paying the rent

Now

Let’s take it back to the early days,
when we were carefree
and oh so young.
Let’s take it back to the memories,
oh, when life seemed to be nothing but fun.

Now,
let’s rewind
to those times
when we
were happy.

Let this song bring back what seems to be gone
I said let this song bring back what seems to be gone

[Humming]

Let’s take it back to the early days,
when we were carefree
and oh so young.

Let’s take it back to the memories,
oh, when life seemed to be nothing but fun.

You know,
let’s rewind
to those times
when we
were happy

Let this song bring back what seems to be gone
I said let this song bring back what seems to be gone

{What A beautifully bittersweet song, I say!!}

A final note, I’m sure I messed up some of those lyrics – particularly in the non-repeated sections – so if you would so kind as to help, that would be awesome. Thank you.

And, of course, A BIG HUGE THANK YOU to Tom Felton!

Tom Felton Writes Songs about Harry Potter Set – Q&A Session: 3rd Day!

Tom Felton Writes Songs about Harry Potter Set - Q&A Session: 3rd Day!

Here’s some – I actually think it’s almost the whole, or half, session – of the Dragon*Con Q&A session from Sunday! Thank you, cloudyvisions, for posting these on Youtube!!!

Some Highlights:
> “For All I know Harry and Draco could get together!” More Harry/Draco pics, and Harry and Draco’s little moment and their relationship 19 years on… what does it really mean?
> What did Tom Felton’s Mum decline?
> Why did Draco Malfoy cry on the set of the second movie?
> Harry Potter Set Secrets!
> Who does Tom Felton really want to meet?
> “Is that Voldemort!?”
And that’s a pretty good moment to tell you to just WATCH THE REST! :D Except that, you know, our very own BSERLORI asks a question in Video Number 5!! {YES, THERE IS A VERY VERY SPECIAL SURPRISE FOR SOMEONE REALLY SPECIAL TO US HERE AT FELTBEATS!!!!!! If you can’t wait… it’s at Minute 3:30, about. :D}

JUST so you guys know: Official versions of Dragon*Con will be posted sometime in the next several days! Feltbeats had special video-taping privileges, and we hope to share those videos with you soon. I’ve been notified that, for instance, this particular session was actually fifty minutes long!! As soon as the editing is done, and the uploading-to-youtube finished, you guys will definitely be able to see them. Thanks for hanging in there with us. :D

Tom Felton Talks, Tweets and Teasers from around the Web

It’s time to play catch-up, and this post has it all! Updates to Tom’s Twitter account, new interviews concerning the end of an era, and even a new image from Tom’s latest film, The Disappeared.

As promotions kick into high gear for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, we’re being treated to random interview tidbits from a variety of sources. At last week’s Harry Potter magical tour event in Leicester Square, Tom had the opportunity to talk with CBBC Newsround.

Draco Malfoy actor Tom Felton said the new film is definitely much funnier.
“There’s lots to look forward to,” he said. “I was laughing through the whole two hours.”

It sounds like the new film is just a bundle of laughs, or was Tom only reminiscing on what took place off camera during each scene, remembering fond times? In an interview given last year (but released last week) to Amy Raphael of the UK’s The Guardian, Tom expressed his wish to not take the remaining films for granted.

Although I only manage to shake Emma Watson’s hand as she swishes off to have her hair cut (she is the only key actor who doesn’t have time to talk, either because she’s busy getting three As at A-level or because she’s immersed in filming), her co-stars do indeed seem, if not fabulous, then at least grounded. Rupert Grint, whose Potter audition tape showed him rapping, is friendly and laid-back, while Bonnie Wright (Ginny Weasley) is unengaged but supremely professional. She says the kiss she has with Harry in The Half-Blood Prince was awkward but she “just got on with it”. Tom Felton, who plays the dastardly Draco Malfoy, says that after years of taking his job for granted, he’s taken a vow to enjoy the remaining films. “I’m going to take loads of photos and make sure I stay in touch with everyone …”

We hope Tom is able to stay in touch with everyone, too, but we have to ask about these photos he’s been taking. Will they include pictures of Tom with his hair wrapped in silver foil? Just today Tom tweeted about his first official day on set for filming of the last remaining Harry Potter films, Deathly Hallows Part 1 and Part 2.

Getting my hair dyed! 1st official day back! The pain of bleaching is about to start….ahhhhh

In comes the silver foil wrapped around my hairs that are about to get killed by the bleach!

Ouch! Sounds like those chemicals used to transform Tom into Draco aren’t pretty. Speaking as a former bottle blonde, I empathize.

Speaking of hair, Feltbeats.com Super Admin Misha was given the opportunity to write a fan review of Tom’s latest independent film The Disappeared, by new director Johnny Kevorkian. In a tantalizing teaser tweet of her own, she decided to share with us a screencap she was able to take from the film, reminding us that Tom didn’t always have the long hair he’s sporting now.

feltbeats: Made screen caps of @tomfelton in The Disappeared! Will release them with the Feltbeats.com Fan Review in July. Preview:

For those of you that remember, Feltbeats.com was able to give away free tickets to two screenings of the film in London recently. One of those screenings will occur tonight, and will be followed by a Question and Answer session that will include Tom and various other members of the cast and crew. Click on back to Feltbeats.com for the latest on this event as we hope to bring you new photos and interviews from our own Tom Felton.

Tom Felton’s “In Good Hands” Now Available on iTunes

For those of you waiting patiently with your gift cards, Tom’s new album In Good Hands is now available on iTunes.  Congratulations, Tom!  Thank you, everyone, for waiting so patiently with us for this.

If you have never used iTunes before, you will need to download the player and store.  Click here to start. 

If you would like to purchase the album elsewhere, click here for different Amazon.com options.

As with his previous albums, Time Well Spent, All I Need, and the single Silhouettes in Sunset, Feltbeats.com will keep you informed when other purchase options become available.  These albums are available under Tom’s former musical name Feltbeats, and can be purchased by clicking on the appropriate Amazon. com widget to the right of this post, or by download from iTunes.

Thanks to giraffeonskates for the tip!