The floor was now packed out and the crowd was getting ready for Tom to enter the stage. The lights dimmed down and the music stopped leading the crowd into an erupt of screams. Out came a happy energetic lad ready to smash the stage, bouncing right into his first song, already the crowd was singing along and dancing around which didn’t come to an end the whole night.
By song 4 I could hardly hear Tom singing from the noise of the crowd singing back to him, it was definitely a step up from his last Glasgow show, and by the look on his face, he felt the same. I loved watching his stage presence dancing around the stage and encouraging the crowd to dance along.
Halfway through his set, he stopped between songs to chat with the crowd and ask for complete silence for his next song that he was doing acoustic. As the crowd got quiet, a few I love you’s came from the crowd before complete silence filled the room and he began singing with his beautiful raspy voice echoing through the room, of course, the drunken punters couldn’t help themselves singing along to the lyrics though.