UK singer/songwriter, Tom Grennan releases his latest track, “Sober” today. The song is a follow-up to his single, “Royal Highness” which brings out his indie-pop influences and was featured on Radio 1 B List and Virgin playlists. “Sober” serves as another taste of Tom’s forthcoming debut album Lighting Matches out this May via Insanity Records/Columbia Records. Purchase/stream “Sober” HERE.
“I wanted to write about always getting really drunk. At one point in my life, I hated getting drunk, but I always doing it, and the morning after I would always feel guilty. Then the next day I would get fucked up again,” says Tom. “It’s about me not letting myself get sober. Then it took this whole different twist. It’s like a Bond song, and it’s one of the only songs on the record that takes me on a rollercoaster.”
Lighting Matches will be released this May via Insanity Records/Columbia Records. The album was produced by Grammy award-winning producer, Fraser T Smith (Adele, Stormzy, Kano, Plan B) and Dan Grech (Liam Gallagher, The Killers, Radiohead). The album also features hit 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 12 million streams to date. In March, Grennan is set to embark on his biggest sold-out headline tour across the UK.
Found What I’ve Been Looking For
Run in the Rain
Make `em Like You
Something in the Water
Little By Little Love
All Goes Wrong (Acoustic) – Chase & Status (feat. Tom Grennan)
Standard CD & digital
Deluxe CD & digital
12” vinyl + exclusive coloured vinyl for store