Today, one of the British male musicians with the most rapid ascent in 2022, Sam Tompkins, releases an EP titled “who do you pray to” coupled with evocative graphics for his newest track “My Brother.”
Sam Tompkins is a force to be reckoned with. As a result of his own critically acclaimed singles, the TikTok trending collaboration with Jnr Choi titled “To The Moon,” a string of viral videos including impressive covers shared via TikTok, and grass-roots touring, he has accumulated over 11 million monthly listeners on Spotify and amassed a massive online audience that has grown exponentially over the course of the past year.
He is sometimes likened to Sam Fender’s anthemic truth-seeking or Tom Walker’s revelatory autobiography due to the fact that he matches pop touches to a classic vibe in his music. Nevertheless, Sam’s work is completely independent and is already reaching dizzying heights.
His music goes to great depths, delves into the core themes of his life, and articulates feelings that we all experience but sometimes have trouble putting into words.
There is a true army of TikTok fans marching with him, and Sam has amassed over a half million followers on Instagram – that’s more than some highly renowned musicians. Such a wide range of support just symbolises his fanbase as a whole.
In point of fact, he already has more followers on Instagram than some of the winners at the BRITs from the previous year.