Tom Prior releases new track ‘Don’t Worry’, first track taken from forthcoming EP ‘The Sunday Scene’

Already carving out a name for himself with his potent, genre bending and defying music, spanning indie and hip-hop influences which pairs his distinctively compelling vocal with an innate ability to deliver gripping stories, the north London raised singer-songwriter Tom Prior has released his brand new track ‘Don’t Worry’ – the first song taken from his forthcoming EP ‘The Sunday Scene’.

Written by Tom as an ode to his daughter – who he credits as one of his key influences and inspirations – ‘Don’t Worry’ perfectly showcases his talent for seamlessly blending different musical styles to create addictive hooks whilst drawing on a range of personal experiences to connect with his ever-growing fan-base.

The forthcoming ‘The Sunday Scene EP’ is a collection of four heartfelt tracks which will remind everyone that not only is Tom ‘one to watch’ but he is here to stay.  Out on November 9th and featuring a collaboration with Sticky Blood’s Andy Nicholson (Arctic Monkeys) and Jamie Shield on the epic ‘Flashing Amber’, three different versions of the EP are set to be released.  In addition to the original studio collection, ‘The Sunday Scene Unplugged’ will feature breath-taking acoustic performances of the EP, whilst ‘The Sunday Scene Lockin Sessions’ sees Tom getting together with a wealth of amazing up-and-coming artists including Haus, Jake Isaac, Lauren Aquilina and Prose to reinterpret the tracks.

Late last year, Tom released the ‘Paint the Ceiling Blue’ EP which along with its lead track ‘Take It All’ helped him to cause some serious waves in the industry.  After appearing on Radio 1’s Live Lounge earlier this year with Naughty Boy and Little Simz, Tom proved why he has garnered support from artists such as Paloma Faith, Tinie Tempah, Labrinth, Maverick Sabre and Arctic Monkeys and titles including Earmilk, Clash, Hunger, Hypetrak, Wonderland and The Line of Best Fit.  Bringing his music to life with a must-see stage performance at London’s Sebright Arms on Wednesday November 30th, there is no doubt that Tom’s star will continue to rapidly rise with the release of his exciting new project.


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