Singer songwriter TOM LUMLEY set to release debut EP

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For fans of Catfish and the Bottlemen and Mallory Knox, Cambridge born singer songwriter TOM LUMLEY will release his debut EP ‘Dream City’ on the 6th April 2017.

You can listen to EP title track ‘Dream City’ via the link below. Tom will soon be releasing the track as a single with an official music video to come in the next few weeks.

Listen here: 

TOM LUMLEY has established himself as an incredible musician and vocalist to be reckoned with. BBC Introducing in Cambridgeshire have given him countless support throughout his career, including spot plays and live sessions slots, as well selecting him to play at both the Dot To Dot and Green Meadows Festivals. He’s supported the likes of Coasts and The Hunna and was also been tipped by Fred Bambridge of It’s All Indie on Huw Stephens’ Radio 1 Show as, ‘an up and coming Cambridge artist to be excited about’.

Tom will be touring the forthcoming EP release and live dates are as follows:

April
2nd – Liverpool, Studio 2
6th – Hertford, Dog & Whistle
7th – Sheffield, Northern Crossroads
8th – Leeds, Verve
12th – London, The Monarch
14th – Cambridge, Junction
22nd – Reading, Pavlov’s Dog
29th – Leicester, Pi Bar

‘Dream City’ is self released on the 6th April 2017.dream-city-artwork

‘Dream City’ track listing:
1) Dream City
2) Running From Our Lives
3) Tonight
4) Done My Time
5) Open Your Eyes

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For review materials, interview requests or any other press enquiries please contact: Steph Knight @ Domino PR

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