Tom Walker And Zara Larsson Join Forces For ‘Now You’re Gone’

2019 continues to be a massive year for Tom Walker, as he releases his new single, ‘Now You’re Gone’ featuring Zara Larsson. The track is taken from his gold-certified number 1 debut album ‘What A Time To Be Alive’.

Co-written by Tom, alongside UK song writing powerhouse Steve Mac, who also wrote with him his hit, ‘Leave A Light On’, and Chelcee Grimes, it is the follow up to hit single ‘Just You And I’. ‘Now You’re Gone’ is jam-packed with hooks and addresses the theme of departure, with Tom and Zara’s vocals coalescing perfectly.

The video features British-American actor Michael Malarkey, who is best known for playing the role of Enzo in the series, ‘The Vampire Diaries’.

After a highly successful sold-out UK headline tour in April which brought Tom’s music to a wider range of audiences, he’s now setting out on a UK headline tour later this year, starting with a sold-out show at London’s O2 Academy Brixton. Tom will also play a run of UK and European festivals this summer including Glastonbury, in addition to touring the USA, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, and Russia.

You can see Tom Walker on the following dates across the UK and Ireland:

Sat 8th June – Wembley Stadium, Capital FM Summertime Ball
Fri 14th June – Bands In The Sands, Perranporth, Watering Hole
Sun 16th June – Isle Of Wight Festival 2019
Fri 21st June – Irish Independent Park (supporting Walking On Cars)

Stream and download ‘Now You’re Gone’ here. You can also stream and download Tom Walker’s debut album, ‘What A Time To Be Alive’ here. Follow Tom online on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and his official website.

Tom Walker - Now You're Gone (Official Video) ft. Zara Larsson

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