Tom Speight Shares New Single “Tomorrow”

April 28, 2023 BY Jason Currell

London-based melodic storyteller Tom Speight shares a tender new effort, ‘Tomorrow’, out today, signalling the latest reveal from the eagerly anticipated third record Love & Light arriving on 11th August via Nettwerk. Already achieving over 200 million streams and 1 million monthly listeners on all streaming platforms.

Dowsed in breathtaking tonality, ‘Tomorrow’ is one of the most heartfelt and delicate tracks to come from Tom in the last few years. With its beautiful piano melodies and vocals imbued with raw vulnerability and emotional depth, the track builds and rises to new heights as he elegantly weaves together themes of uncertainty, love, and hope. Tom acknowledges the uncertain nature of the future, longing for a desire to escape from limitations and find a new sense of freedom.

Speaking ahead of its arrival, Tom reveals that, ‘Tomorrow’ is a special song for me. It was inspired by several things… personally, for me, it’s about my health! The hope things will get better.”


On a single about Tom’s health, it’s important to note that Tom is an ambassador for Crohn’s & Colitis UK, having been diagnosed with Crohn’s disease 10 years ago. ‘Tomorrow’ will be released ahead of both IBD Day on 19th May (an annual event that raises awareness of Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis), and Mental Health Awareness Month. Tom is also a big supporter of the suicide prevention charity Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) and will be performing live at their forthcoming CALM sessions. Tom said, “If raising awareness of CALM and the issues around suicide helps just one person to reach out and talk, it’s worth it. I want to use my platform to help break the stigma that prevents people from opening up before they reach the point of crisis.’’

Tom’s upcoming third album Love & Light marks another milestone in his career, building on the success of his previous two standout albums. Continuing to pay homage to some of Tom’s biggest inspirations, including Damien RiceSufjan Stevens, and John Mayer, whilst also exploring fresh territory reminiscent of Dermot Kennedy and Tom Grennan. Lead-single The One showcases Tom’s exceptional lyrical talents, drawing comparisons to Tom Odell’s introspective approach. If This Is How the Story Ends followed on from the style-evolving lead-single that was featured in the Independent’s track of the week with more praise from the likes of WonderlandMETALHeadliner, and Music News.

Tom’s third album marks another milestone in his career, building on the success of his previous two standout albums, which have featured on both the big and small screens, including hit shows like The Voice, StrictlyMasterchefTo All the Boys, being the most played artist in 2021’s season of Love Island, as well as the music video for his new single ‘The One’ being played on Sunday Brunch. Tom has also been a fixture on UK television, sharing his story and work on ITV NewsBBC Breakfast, and Sky News. Tom’s music has earned high praise from some of the UK’s most respected publications, including The TelegraphThe Times, and The Metro.

His music has connected with fans across the globe, with his heartfelt performances earning him support slots with the likes of James BayStereophonics, and Maisie Peters. This year, Tom will embark on his biggest UK headline tour to date, more details soon.

About Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM):

Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) stands united against suicide with everyone in the UK. The campaign is led through vital, life-saving support, impactful conversations and collective action. If you’re struggling, talk to CALM on 0800 58 58 58 (UK) or through our webchat. Their trained support workers are available from 5 pm to midnight every day to provide practical support and advice, whatever you’re going through.

To find out more about CALM, their services, or for support and advice visit

Tom Speight – ‘Love & Light’ out 11th of August via Nettwerk