Recognised for his bold but timeless aesthetic and cheeky, happy-go-lucky approach, 26-year-old Grennan rocks his top picks from the latest spring/summer drop of cherished heritage brand, Tommy Hilfiger, in a lightweight black parka, layered over one of their iconic polos.
This special spring collection aims to be more sustainable in both production methods and fabric choices, using EcoVero viscose and organic cotton, to align with Tommy Hilfiger’s sustainability mission.
Grennan joins powerful forces such as Indya Moore, the Compton Cowboys and Jameela Jamil in the campaign, which strives to inspire global communities to unite to build a better future. His personal venture involves working alongside mental health charities, having overcome some serious setbacks of his own, as well as encouraging small acts of kindness on a local scale, such as getting your neighbour’s groceries during lockdown.
Originally born in Bedford, the South Midlands native ventured to London for university to try his hand at music after deciding a promising career in professional football just wasn’t the right path to take.
Catching the eyes and ears of the industry after appearing on the Chase and Status hit All Goes Wrong, he’s been backed by Annie Mac, Radio 1 Live Lounge, Vevo Studios and Jools Holland. It’s safe to say Tom Grennan has firmly secured his spot in the world of pop.
His debut 2018 album Lighting Matches
set the precedent for the raw subjects and emotions he’d dive into in this second project. Grennan plans to go ahead with his scheduled tour this upcoming September to satisfy his ever-growing fan base, who are craving seeing him sing IRL. But for now, we’re pleased to have a secured an exclusive in-store performance at FLANNELS London.
From the artists he was blaring in his childhood bedroom, to his post-pandemic plans for the 21st of June and the inspiration behind that number one album, scroll up to watch the interview in full and head over to our @FLANNELS
Instagram page to catch Grennan’s exclusive IGTV performance.