Years later his hard work is finally starting to pay off. His debut EP ‘On the Line’ had a successful radio re-release in October 2014, and he received a PRS for Music Songwriting Prize. In 2015 Tom performed at several prestigious events including the BRIT Awards, Feast of St George's at Trafalgar Square in London and Glastonbury Festival on the PRS for Music VIP Stage. Tom also played shows at Canadian Music Week (Toronto), Greenbelt Festival and International Pop Overthrow (Liverpool). In 2016, he released his second EP "Highway" which includes his popular song "Malea".
I'm 2018, Tom Butler supported The National Parks in Seattle at the Tractor Tavern and a sold out show at the Bartlett in Spokane. "I'm Sorry, I Love You" (Released May 8) highlights the importance of apology and reinforcing love within life's most important relationships. This song was recorded in Seattle and produced by Nate Yaccino (also produced Noah Gundersen WHITE NOISE) and features backing vocals by the incredibly talented Abby Gundersen.