Following the announcement of his hotly anticipated second album, Tom Walker returns with his addictive new single Serotonin and music video.

Written by Walker and Gez O’Connell (Dua Lipa’s Hotter Than Hell) and produced by Mike Spenser (Rudimental) and The Elements, the song is about finding joy in the little things and appreciating those around you.

Regarding the new single, Walker explained: “Before the pandemic I spent four years chasing a serotonin hit, and that last gig that made me feel on top of the world. The last epic night out. It’s not sustainable though – you can’t wake up happy every day and you can’t have the sun without the rain. You have to find joy in the little things and learn to appreciate them day to day.”

The music video, shot by renowned video director Samuel Douek, documents the difficult relationship between a father and daughter. Layered with bright colours and crisp cinematography, it hits an epic climax when the protagonists reunite in a gorgeous hot air balloon shot.

Watch the music video for Serotonin below:

The song is a perfect expression of its namesake, giving its listeners a burst of happiness through Walker’s distinctive voice, upbeat melodies and lyricism. Serotonin makes you want to dance and scream out the lyrics with unbridled glee and will undoubtedly be a stand out tune at his unforgettable gigs and on his upcoming album.

Tom’s second album will be out later this year.

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