Today, London based artist Tom Speight is announcing his new EP entitled ‘Love’ – and sharing the first track to be lifted from the new EP.
Stream new track ‘Running Out After You’ below.
Along with the new EP announcement, Speight will also be touring the new EP throughout October, into November. Dates of which can be found further below.
New track ‘Running Out After You’ reintroduces Tom Speight as an artist and songwriter with endless potential, and undeniable talent. Co-written with rising American artist Max Jury – it’s a gorgeous acoustic guitar ballad, incorporating both Tom’s guitar based sound, and Max Jury’s piano work to sublime effect.
Speaking on the collaboration, Tom explained: “I think we caputured both of our spirits in our songwriting to create something new.” Sharing numerous songwriting influences, the song feels completely natural – with Tom going onto say that the pair “just ended up talking about our favourite Neil Young songs over about a dozen cups of teas.”
Spending his youth immersed in musical greats – particularly The Beatles, Simon & Garfunkel, Joni Mitchell and The Shins – the calibre of such influences has notably reflected throughout Speight’s songwriting; elegant, beautiful and haunting. The new EP is a natural progression from his previous recordings as he continues to hone his melodic stylings and acoustic indie pop.
Having previously landed support slots for the likes of Fleet Foxes, Jake Bugg, Mumford & Sons, Ed Sheehan and Fionn Regan, Thomas will return to perform extensively throughout the UK this Autumn.
20.10 – The Borderline, London
21.10 – Ort Café, Birmingham
22.10 – All Saints Church, Cardiff
25.10 – The Tunnels, Aberdeen
26.10 – Madhatters, Inverness
27.10 – Old Bridge Inn, Aviemore
28.10 – The Woodlands Centre, Stornoway
29.10 – The Arch, Ullapool
30.10 – The Drouthy Cobbler, Elgin
31.10 – Sofar Sounds, Edinburgh
02.11 – Cluny 2, Newcastle Upon Tyne
03.11 – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
Tickets for all shows apart from Cardiff – http://www.seetickets.com/search?q=Tom+Speight+
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