Tom Grennan has become one of only four British artists this year to take their debut album Top 5, he also announced his Brixton Academy headline show ahead of the debut album release, making Tom Grennan one of the only recent artists to do so.
His October tour has over 30,000 tickets combined and this summer Tom Grennan will be appearing at 14 festivals, performing in front of over of over half a million people, making him one of the hottest tickets in the UK at the moment.
Tom Grennan has now released the thunderous ‘Found What I’ve Been Looking For‘, which was used as the title music to Sky Sports’ Premier League coverage last year and lined up to do the same again this season.
It’s racked up over 27 million streams and is one of the firm live favourites.
Listen to Tom Grennan‘s ‘Found What I’ve Been Looking For‘ on Shoot Music’s New Releases Playlist above.
‘Found What I’ve Been Looking For‘ is the follow-up single to Tom Grennan‘s ‘Sober‘ and ‘Barbed Wire‘, both of which featured on Radio 1, Radio 2, Radio X, Absolute and Virgin daytime playlists and saw him break into the Top 40 airplay charts.
The debut album released on Insanity Records is a personal journey for Tom Grennan, exploring sobriety, love, depression, loneliness and reveals an openness and vulnerability ahead of his years.
‘Lighting Matches’ sees Tom Grennan working with Grammy award winning producer Fraser T Smith (Stormzy / Adele / Kano / Plan B), Dan Grech (Liam Gallagher / Killers / Radiohead) and Eg White on the incredible track ‘Aboard’ and is set to be one of the most important albums of 2018.