Tom Grennan has revealed new single ‘Here’, taken from his highly anticipated third album ‘What Ifs & Maybes’, due out on 09 June 2023.
Discussing the track, the chart-topping BRIT and Ivor Novello-nominated star commented, “With what’s going on in the world, with so many people struggling, affected financially, by COVID, by loads of different things, it’s one of those songs that helps you believe that there is somebody in your life that is going to be there for you in the struggle. There’s the battle of everything. But when it’s shared with somebody else, you’re doing it together, not just on your own. So that’s what it’s about: if I’m here for you, then please be here for me.”
The singer-songwriter has also shared an accompanying music video, directed by Sayna Fardaraghi.
Tom Grennan was recently nominated for the 2023 BRIT Award for Alternative Rock/Rock Act, marking his third consecutive BRIT nomination to date following Song of the Year with Mastercard for ‘Little Bit Of Love’ and Alternative/Rock Act, at last year’s ceremony.
‘What Ifs & Maybes’ will be the official follow-up to the artist’s breakthrough UK No.1 and BRIT-certified GOLD album ‘Evering Road’, featuring platinum-selling anthems ‘Little Bit Of Love’ and ‘By Your Side’ — both of which scored in the Top Three most played songs of 2021.
He has achieved four UK Top 10 singles as well as scored a hat-trick of his 2022 songs – ‘Remind Me’, ‘Not Over Yet’ with KSI and ‘Lionheart (Fearless)’ with Joel Corry – in The Biggest Songs of 2022 by The Official Big Top 40.
Tom Grennan 2023 UK Arena Tour:
Birmingham Utilita Arena, 10 March
Cardiff International Arena, 11
Leeds First Direct Arena, 12
Newcastle Utilita Arena, 14
Glasgow OVO Hydro, 15
Nottingham Motorpoint Arena, 17
Manchester AO Arena, 18
Brighton Centre, 19
Plymouth Pavilions, 21
London The O2, 23
Tom Grennan ‘What Ifs & Maybes’ Full Album Tracklisting:
How Does It Feel
Crown Your Love
This Side Of The Room
All These Nights
Love Don’t Cost A Thing
Someone I Used To Know
You Are Not Alone
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