Tom Grennan has shared his comeback single ‘This Is The Place’.
The track, which you can listen to below, is his first from the follow up to his 2018 debut ‘Lighting Matches’.
Speaking about the love song, Grennan said: “This song is about finding a place of complete calm and escaping utter chaos and carnage. My happy place, my go to place! Whether it’s on my own or with the person I love. The song documents the kind of journey I go on to get there, and one that I would make any time of the day to reach a serene and cleansing state of mind.”
The singer is also due to drop the video for the track, which has been shot in South Africa, on February 24.
Grennan recently hinted that new music was coming, promising that “something special” was on the way for fans.
He told NME last year that he was working on an “epic” second album, following his 2018 debut, which was the eighth-best-selling debut of last year.
Grennan added: “Album two is coming along nicely. When I get back from LA, I’m going to start recording. I want bigger and better songs, bigger production. This time round, I want to go epic.”
The singer-songwriter is set to play a show at the BRITs Week with War Child series on February 19.
The list of shows is below.
BRITS WEEK SHOWS
8 – Catfish and The Bottlemen, Exhibition London
10 – Yungblud, Camden Assembly
11 – Jack Savoretti, Omeara
12 – Declan McKenna, Islington Assembly Hall
13 – Louis Tomlinson, Scala
14 – Tom Walker, Omeara
16 – Sigrid, Omeara
16 – Bombay Bicycle Club, Bush Hall
17 – Gang of Youths, Omeara
19 – Tom Grennan, Bush Hall
21 – Nothing But Thieves, The Dome
22 – Bastille Reorchestrated, London Palladium
Tickets are on sale via a raffle at the BRITS Week War Child website with entry costing £5. Fans can enter to buy for as many gigs as many times as they like.
The closing date is 11.59pm on February 3. A limited number of tickets also go on sale on Friday (January 17) from the site at 9am.