Tom Gleeson is a musician, songwriter and Producer based in the UK.
As a live musician and artist, Tom’s touring work has seen him play headline shows and festivals around the world with a diverse range of acts including platinum-selling Britrock legends FEEDER, incendiary Cross-over Raga Punks SKINDRED and Kerrang! Award winners SLAVES TO GRAVITY.
Through his prolific output as a songwriter, Tom has developed a strong presence in the Library Music sector. His songs receive regular international airplay across the Sky TV Network, with many more individual commissions written to brief for the BBC and Audio Network.
As a producer, arranger and mixer Tom continues to work with a wide variety of emerging rock, indie and pop artists, as well as nurturing his own forthcoming side-project due for release in 2019.
News & Updates
Really enjoying mixing the new single(s)from Brighton Punks 40 Shillings on the Drum. Excited for everyone to hear the result.
Just returned from the final FEEDER shows of the year in China and Dubai. Guitars straps are being decontaminated and pedalboards disassembled after 12 months of hard knocks, and I’m looking forward to starting some new writing and mixing projects in the studio after so much travel recently. 🤘🏻
Summer festivals are continuing at a pace this weekend with Feeder shows at Pennfest and Godney Gathering in the motherland of Somerset. We've been so lucky with the weather so far. Long may it continue!
In other news I've just wrapped up a fun project with my good friend Chris Sheldon on a bunch of new music for TV. More on this to follow soon but rest assured it's going to kick your ass!
Finally home after a great month on the road with the FEEDER boys. Thanks to everyone who helped make it such a successful tour. Awesome as ever to see so many old friends and make so many new ones, especially the 2500 of you who sang me Happy Birthday in Manchester :)
It's shaping up to be a busy month in the studio tying up the lose ends on a few projects as well as getting the ball rolling on a few more! Below is one more shot from the tour. Thanks to Jonathan Morgan for sending it over.