Tom Grennan Announces Huge UK Tour this October

Tom Grennan will be playing his biggest headline tour to date this Autumn including a trip to Manchester Academy on Friday 12th October. This will follow his sold-out March headline tour which included a show at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire on 20th March.

By Steven Pankhurst | Last updated 6 April 2018

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Tom is one of the only recent artists to play Brixton ahead of their debut album release, an incredible feat for this 22 year old from Bedford. He’s also playing over 14 festivals this summer which will see him perform in front of over half a million people.

Tom Grennan @ Manchester Academy
Friday 12th October
Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday 6th April

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Tom has also just released the video for his new single ‘Sober’, directed by Matt Walker (Skepta / Wretch 32 / JME) and is currently sitting on the Radio 1, Radio 2, Virgin, Absolute and Radio X daytime playlists. ‘Sober’ available now and is another taste of Tom’s forthcoming debut album ‘Lighting Matches’ released on Insanity Records.

Tom’s debut album ‘Lighting Matches’ will be released on 6th July on Insanity Records, it sees Tom working with Grammy award winning producer Fraser T Smith (Stormzy / Adele / Kano / Plan B) and Dan Grech (Liam Gallagher / Killers / Radiohead) and is set to be one of the most important albums of 2018.

Lighting Matches also features the single ‘Found What I’ve Been Looking For’, which was being used as the title music to Sky Sports’ Premier League coverage and has racked up over 14 million streams.

Tom also features on Bugzy Malone‘s ‘Memory Lane’ single, which was playlisted at Radio 1 and features on Bugzy’s Top 5 album King Of The North.

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