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PREMIERE: TOM SPEIGHT – “THE ONE”

The lyrical singer-songwriter marks a new creative chapter with the release of his enchanting new single.

Marking a new creative chapter, UK-based singer-songwriter, Tom Speight has released his emotive new single “The One”, with the single is already gaining traction with over 200 million streams and 1 million monthly listeners on all streaming platforms.

“The One” is a powerful ballad filled with operatic strings and irresistible melodies that showcases the depth of Tom’s songwriting. His unique style of intimate acoustic anthems has been compared to the likes of Damien Rice, Sufjan Stevens, and John Mayer, but with his latest single, he’s branching out into new territory, drawing inspiration from artists like Dermot Kennedy, Tom Grennan, and Tom Odell. Co-produced and co-written with Carey Willetts, known for his work with Dermot Kennedy and Freya Ridings, “The One” is a must-listen for fans of Tom’s previous albums. He’s an artist that’s been on the rise for the past six years, gaining recognition for his unique style of intimate acoustic anthems.

Tom’s music has been featured on TV shows such as “To All the Boys,” “Sex Lives of College Girls,” “The Voice,” “Strictly,” “Masterchef,” and “Love Island.” He has also made appearances on news programs like ITV News, Channel 5 News, BBC Breakfast, and Sky News, and has received praise from publications such as The Telegraph, The Times, The Metro, and The Daily Mail.
With a growing fanbase in the UK, Australia, Brazil, and Germany, Tom’s music has been celebrated all around the world. He’s also supported artists like James Bay, Tom Grennan, Stereophonics, and Maisie Peters. With over 200 million streams across his works, Tom is in a perfect position to start looking towards a very bright future.

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PREMIERE: TOM SPEIGHT – “THE ONE”

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