5 Songs, 18 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Gravelly yet melodic, Tom Grennan’s guest vocals on Chase & Status’ “All Goes Wrong” marked him as an artist on the rise. This EP—his third—is heady, lifting, and further weaponizes that stirring voice. The thumping, blues-infused “Found What I’ve Been Looking For” should rouse festival crowds, while “First Day of the Sun” reveals the soul influences in Grennan’s songwriting.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Gravelly yet melodic, Tom Grennan’s guest vocals on Chase & Status’ “All Goes Wrong” marked him as an artist on the rise. This EP—his third—is heady, lifting, and further weaponizes that stirring voice. The thumping, blues-infused “Found What I’ve Been Looking For” should rouse festival crowds, while “First Day of the Sun” reveals the soul influences in Grennan’s songwriting.

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About Tom Grennan

London-based singer/songwriter Tom Grennan first entered the wider public as a guest vocalist on Chase & Status' track "When It All Goes Wrong." Far from being an electronic musician, Grennan's early solo shows consisted of just vocals and guitar. Grennan released his debut single, "Something in the Water," in 2016. The track was produced by Charlie Hugall (Florence + the Machine, Ed Sheeran, Kaiser Chiefs). A trio of EPs -- Release the Brakes, Something in the Water, and Found What I've Been Looking For -- followed in 2017 showcasing Grennan's gritty vocals and soulful indie folk-pop mix. 2018 began with the snappy, string-laden single "Sober." ~ Liam Martin

HOMETOWN
Bedfordshire, England
BORN
1995

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