Review by Tom Grennan at OVO Hydro in Glasgow

The Little Bit of Love singer took to the stage at the OVO Hydro in Glasgow as part of his first headlining UK tour.

He told the audience, “Glasgow, my favorite city to come and enjoy,” before bursting into song.

@employee Tom Greenan performing at Glasgow’s OVO Hydro Did you enjoy the show if you got tickets? #tomegrinan #fuhydro # Glasgow ♬ original sound – Glasgow Times

During the show, the 27-year-old recalled playing at King Tut’s and revealed that he can’t believe he’s now playing at the Hydro, which has a capacity of over 14,000 people.

He added, “It’s been a crazy six years, and you’re all my Scottish family, you’re my family and I love you, so thank you. But it’s crazy.”

Tom has performed many of his hits including All These Nights, Let’s Go Home Together, Little Bit of Love, Don’t Break the Heart, Here as well as several unreleased songs from his new album.

What Ifs and Maybes, his third studio album, is set for release in June.

Tom, from Bedford, told the crowd it was his best album yet.

A fan asked the singer to take BeReal, and he replied, “Go on then.” He asked the audience to raise their hands to take the picture, before saying “Yeah, that looks sick, I’m not going to lie.”

The talented musician has also performed on several tunes, which included tunes including Finding What I’ve Been Looking For, It’s Not Over Yet, Everything Goes Right, Lionheart and Your Side.

He made the audience chant “Here We f***** g go” during By Your Side.

Confetti, flames, fireworks, and lasers were used throughout the show, and Tom encouraged the audience to participate by applauding.

He ran around the stage waving the flag of Scotland, as he revealed he was happy to be back.

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Support Act Gracey warmed up the crowd before his performance.

The singer-songwriter from Brighton has written songs for stars including Olly Murs, Rita Ora and Kylie Minogue.

She covered Lewis Capaldi’s work before she went off as part of her performance.

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