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Tom Walker

About Tom Walker

Tom Walker (born 17 December 1991) is a Scottish singer-songwriter. His music spans the genres of rock and pop. He was born in Scotland and raised in Manchester, England.

Walker grew up listening to Ray Charles, the Police, and Bob Marley from his father’s record collection, and taught himself how to play drums, guitar, piano, and bass. After studying songwriting at London’s College of Contemporary Music, Walker began making music in earnest, collaborating with his housemates – who included members of Whilk & Misky – in their home studio. He has supported George Ezra, Gallant, Jake Bugg and The Script on their tours.

He released “Sun Goes Down,” featuring Kojey Radical in March 2016. Soon after, he signed to Relentless Records. His official debut single “Fly Away With Me” released in July 2016. The Blessings EP was released in April 2017, followed by a pair of singles, “Heartland” and “Leave a Light On,” the latter being his most commercially successful song. Walker started working with producer Mike Spencer on his debut album soon after. Preceded by the singles “My Way” and “Angels,” the album What a Time to Be Alive, which took its title from the track “Blessings,” is set to release in 2019.