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British singer-songwriter Tom Grennan has released his debut album Lighting Matches.

The enamoring 12-track set arrived Friday via Columbia Records. Including his previously released standout "Found What I've Been Looking For," the album showcases the 23-year-old singer's burly vocals as he explores some very personal themes of sobriety, love and depression.

"I wanted to create a classic-sounding album that hopefully lasts for years and an album that doesn’t sound like anything else right now," says Grennan of the record. "It’s got orchestras, brass, choir and I took influences from old soul to hip-hop, blues and pop so it’s just a big sounding record. I can’t wait for people to hear it."

Lighting Matches was produced by Grammy-winning producer Fraser T Smith, known for his work with Adele and Stormzy, as well as Dan Grech, who has produced for the likes of Liam Gallagher, The Killers and Lana Del Rey.

Hear the album below.