Tom Collins is a singer/songwriter from North Wales. His heartfelt songs, influenced by artists such as Sam Fender, Jamie Webster, The Hunna, Sea Girls and Catfish and the Bottlemen bring a youthful pop flavour with big indie rock singalongs.

Tom has become a regular feature on the North Wales music scene, recently sharing the stage with yorkshire lads, The Sherlocks and Liverpool’s very own RATS for their dates in Wrexham. He has also had the opportunity to work closely with The View’s Kyle Falconer at a songwriting retreat in Spain, with many other talented artists.

He was also invited to open for Alan McGee at an evening with the music industry legend at Liverpool’s iconic Cavern Club. Collins has released eleven songs so far, showcasing his unique voice and heart on sleeve songwriting. He has been picking up airplay all over the globe with BBC Merseyside, with Dave Monks being an early champion.

Toms’ newest single is a bold entry, delving into the endless issues that we face in modern society. Leaders instantly strikes the anger and emotion from the damage of the UK government, with fierce guitars building to an anthemic chorus. The track is gripping for every ear, channelling the realism of Sam Fender and Jamie Webster. Collins instantly grabs every listener with fast paced melodies and a thrashing of indie rock to start a protest for the people.

SOURCE: Official Bio