Tom Grennan has announced details of his new album “What Ifs & Maybes” and UK tour dates in 2023.
The follow-up to “Evering Road” 2021 is due out next year, with a firm release date yet to be confirmed.
“I put ‘What Ifs & Maybes’ on my new album. It’s about following your gut, not your head, because you never know what’s going to happen,” he said in a statement.
“I’m not afraid to jump into the unknown, because it’s exciting! It’s about rolling the dice and living your best life without losing anything. I’m in a new creative space and I know I’m at the end of the artist I want to be.”
Next March, Grennan will be playing his biggest gigs to date, kicking off the tour in Birmingham at the Utilita Arena and ending at London’s O2 two weeks later.
Fans can pre-order tickets for the tour by ordering ‘What Ifs & Maybes’ here from now until Tuesday 4 October at 3pm UK time.
Tickets for the general sale will be on sale here from 9am BST on Friday 7 October.
“I’m excited for these concerts, my biggest performances to date,” said Grennan. “I can’t wait to get out there and play these new songs for everyone. Let’s go!”
See the full list of dates below.
10 – Birmingham, Utilita Arena
11 – Cardiff, International Arena
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12 – Leeds, First Direct Arena
14 – Newcastle, O2 City Hall
15 – Glasgow, SSE Hydro
17 – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
18 – Manchester, Manchester AO Arena
19 – Brighton, Brighton Centre
21 – Plymouth, Pavilions
23 – London, The O2
Speaking to NME, Grennan called the new album “a different chapter” in her career: “One thing I can say is a different direction and a different chapter,” she told NME. “One door is closed and another door is open. It’s a colourful, exciting album and it will lift people’s spirits, as it lifts mine.”
“I’m in a good place and my music feels like that too. They’re great songs and I hope they connect. ‘Remember Me’ is on the market and still climbing the charts. My next single is on another level, man. . The People are not ready for it.”
Earlier this year, the singer-songwriter suffered an “unprovoked assault and robbery” in the US, which left him with a broken ear, torn eardrum and problems with his previously broken jaw, forcing him to miss a number of concerts to postpone. .
Telling his fans that he was in “good spirits” and that “the show must go on”, Grennan told NME that he was feeling “positive” and wanted to put the incident behind him.