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Picture This (IE) + Tom Gregory (UK)

18. 11. 23Rock Café, Praha
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Emerging from Ireland with a cinematic pop rock style of their own, the band’s 2017 self-tilted full-length debut album kicked off a history-making run. In Ireland, it went triple-platinum, clinched #1 on Ireland’s Overall Chart for four weeks, and topped the Streaming Chart for seven weeks. Since then, Picture This have released albums Mdrn Lv in 2019 and Life in Colour in 2021, both contributing to nearly 400M streams for the band who played to 70’000 people at their Electric Picnic Saturday night headline show in September 22… not bad for 4 school friends Ryan, Jimmy, Cliff and Owen who grew up a stones throw from the festival in Athy (Co Kildare).

and with new single Get On My Love the story continues…

Everyone knows how ruthless the music industry can be, so you wouldn’t blame someone from falling at the first hurdle. But Tom Gregory just doesn’t know when to quit. “I’ve always been the underdog,” the 25-year-old says with a shrug. “If there’s a closed door in front of me, I’ll keep knocking. And if the door’s not open, I’ll just ram it down.” 
 Raised in the small coastal town of Fleetwood, Blackpool, Gregory has already asserted himself as one of the UK’s most promising new artists. His debut album, Heaven in a World So Cold, is a breathtaking collection of soaring pop anthems and heartfelt ballads, including the rousing single “Fingertips”, which has already racked up more than 90 million streams. And while it’s easy to see why Gregory has drawn comparisons to chart-toppers such as Lewis Capaldi and James Arthur, his music offers an additional, rock-influenced edge.

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