Tom Grennan is a British indie soul singer-songwriter from Bedford. He was nominated for the BBC Sound of 2017.
Starting his music career in 2016, when he featured on the Chase & Status track, When It All Goes Wrong, he released his debut single, Something In The Water, the same year, soon followed by the EP of the same name. He released his second EP, ‘Release The Brakes’ in March 2017, followed by an acoustic version of Praying, and a third EP - 'Found what I've Been Looking For'. His debut LP 'Lighting Matches' dropped in the summer of 2018.
He has headlined his own shows and tours across the UK and has supported the likes of The Libertines. He was nominated for the BBC's Sound of 2017 award.
Tom Grennan will perform at the Royal Albert Hall in March for Teenage Cancer Trust. Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
Great support act - Ten Tonnes - then TG - a must see from nephew. Hadn't heard much of his music before so was unsure. Well, need not have been. What a performer and such a great night. New fan. Upcoming artist and so fan friendly. It was a GREAT night. Album now pre-ordered - really, really impressed. I go to a lot of (big) live events and this was up there! He is superb. Well done Tom on making my night GREAT! Interacted with the fans afterwards, Respect!
Fri 13th Jul 2018
The guitar-toting singer-songwriter scene has become very crowded of late, with the likes of Ed Sheeran, James Bay and George Ezra all carving out their own patch of commercial radio real estate. Is there room for one more?