Tom Grennan

Birth Day June 8th, 1995
Birth Place Bedford, England, United Kingdom
Age 29 Years Old
Zodiac Sign Gemini

About Tom Grennan

An English singer-songwriter, Tom Grennan is famous for his hit albums such as "Lighting Matches" (On 6 July 2018), "Evering Road" (On 12 March 2021) and for releasing his debut single "Something in the Water", "Released The Brakes", "Found What I've Been Looking For". The album consists of many original songs such as "Something in the Water", "Praying", "Found What I've Been Looking For", "By Your Side", "Little Bit of Love", "Oh Please", "Let's Go Home Together" and much more. He got fame as the guest vocalist on Chase & status's "All Goes Wrong" which was featured as the Hottest Record on Annie Mac's BBC Radio 1 show as well as on BBC Two's "Later...with Jools Holland", and performed by Gernnan on the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge.

British Singer and Songwriter, Tom Grennan


In 2021, Tom Grennan had his first UK top 10 hits with "Little Bit of Love" which peaked at #7 as well as he achieved another top 10 hits with "Let's Go Home Together" a collaboration with Ella Henderson. He started his career as a singer in 2014 when he was just 19 years old. His first debut album "Lighting Matches" reached #5 on the UK Charts in 2018.  His song "Found What I've Been Looking For" appeared on the FIFA 18 soundtrack and used by SKY sport as the theme song for super Sunday, & RBI19 Baseball. He was nominated for the Rising Star, & Best Indie Artist at the 2019 Global Awards, MTV Brand New Award, and more. Moreover, he trained to become a professional footballer, playing for Luton Town, Northampton Town, Auton Villa and he worked at Costa Coffee. He had a cameo appearance in Charli XCX's music video for his song "Boys" alongside many well-known artists and duetted with grime MC Bugzy Malone on "Memory Lane". He has also performed in Trafalgar Square's "F1 Live In London" show.

Early Life

Tom Grennan took birth on 8 June 1995 in Bedford, England, United Kingdom. He was born with his real name Thomas Matip Grennan. He grabs British nationality and belongs to Irish ethnicity. He is non-religious and his race is white. His zodiac or star sign is Gemini as per his birth date.  He will be celebrating his 26 birthday on 8 June 2021 and now he is 25 years old.

Being a famous English singer, Tom Grennan has not disclosed his father's and mother's names. His mother is a teacher and his father is a builder. He has a younger brother.

About his education, Tom Grennan studied acting at St. Mary's University in Twickenham.

Personal Life

Unmarried guy, Tom Grennan is currently single and focus on her career. Possibly, he was dating someone but he keeps his personal and love life private. He is straight by sexuality.

Tom Grennan and singer, Ella Henderson


Net Worth

Tom Grennan has an estimated net worth of around $3 to $5 million as of 2021. His major sources of income come from his singing and songwriting career. He earns almost a thousand dollars salary income.

Body Measurement

The handsome singer Tom Grennan stands at the height of 5 ft 8 in or 174 cm. He has a balanced and perfect body weight with slim body builds. His eyes color is black and his hair color is brown.

At the age of 18, he was mugged by a group of strangers on the street and was left with four metal plates and screws in his jaw that "still hurt when winter comes".


Studio Albums List

  • 2018- "Lighting Matches"
  • 2021- "Evering Road"

Extended Plays

  • 2016- "Something in the Water"
  • 2017- "Release the Brakes"
  • 2017- "Found What I've Been Looking For"

Award winning singer, Tom Grennan



As Lead Artist

  • 2016- "Something in the water"
  • 2017- "Praying", "Found What I've Been Looking For", "Royal Highness", "I Might"
  • 2018- "Wishing on a Star", "Sober", "Barbed Wire", "Run in the Rain"
  • 2020- "This is the Place", "Oh Please", "Amen"
  • 2021- "Little Bit of Love", "Let's Go Home Together", "By Your Side"

As Featured Artist

  • 2016- "All Goes Wrong"
  • 2017- "Bridge Over Troubled Water"
  • Other Charted Songs
  • 2017- "Memory Lane"

Guest Appearances

  • 2015- "Home"
  • 2016- "Footsteps"
  • 2018- "Coming Back to You"
  • 2020- "Do We Really Care? Pt. 1"

Other Releases

  • 2019- "City of Stars"

Awards and Nominations

  • 2016- MTV Brand New for 2017, BBC Sound of 2017, & Ones To Watch 2017
  • 2017- Hottest Record of the Year for "Found What I've Been Looking For"
  • 2018- Best Songs of 2018 for "Found What I've Been Looking For", Best Breakthrough Act, Rising Star Award, & Best Indie

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