TMS (production team)
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|Origin||Ealing, London, England|
TMS, also known by their stage name Ghosted, are a Grammy nominated English songwriting and record production team composed of Thomas 'Froe' Barnes, Benjamin Kohn and Peter 'Merf' Kelleher. They have written 1 US number 1 single & 7 UK number 1 singles including Lewis Capaldi "Someone You Loved" , "Before You Go", Jess Glynne "Don't Be So Hard on Yourself", Sigma ft. Paloma Faith "Changing", Little Mix "Wings", Professor Green ft. Emeli Sandé "Read All About It" and Dappy "No Regrets". Other notable singles they have written or produced include G-Eazy + Bebe Rexha "Me, Myself & I" (US #1 Radio Record, US Billboard Hot 100 #7), The Vamps “Last Night" (UK #2), James Arthur "You're Nobody 'til Somebody Loves You" (UK #2), Dappy "Rockstar" (UK #2) and Little Mix "DNA" (UK #3). They have collectively had 28 UK Top 40 Singles, sold over 15 million records, accumulated over 1.5 billion streams and have contributed to 50 Top 40 albums.
Their records played major roles in Emeli Sandé and Little Mix breaking chart records, the former in the UK (the longest ever stay in the top 10 of the UK Albums Chart) and the latter in the US (highest debut ever for a British girl group). For the UK Olympics in 2012, TMS had the honour of having their song "Read All About It" performed by Emeli Sandé at the Closing Ceremony, also known as "A Symphony Of British Music". The song featured prominently, being performed twice and opening the show to a backdrop of a stadium covered in newspaper. Watched by a worldwide audience of 750 million people.
Awards and nominations
|2011||Tinchy Stryder - "Spaceship"||MOBO – Best Video||Won|
|2012||Emeli Sandé - Our Version of Events||MOBO – Best Album||Won|
|2013||Brit Award – Best Album||Won|
|2014||The Vamps - "Last Night"||BBC Radio 1's Teen Awards – Best British Single||Won|
|2016||G-Eazy + Bebe Rexha - "Me, Myself & I"||ASCAP Pop Awards – Most Performed Work||Won|
|BMI Pop Awards – Most Performed Work||Won|
|ASCAP London Awards – Most Performed Work||Won|
|BMI London Awards – Most Performed Work||Won|
|BMI RnB & Hip Hop Awards – Most Performed RnB & Hip Hop Song||Won|
|2018||Dua Lipa - "Dua Lipa"||Brit Award – Best Album||Nominated|
|2019||Anne-Marie - "Speak Your Mind"||Brit Award – Best Album||Nominated|
|Lewis Capaldi - "Someone You Loved"||Q Awards – Best Track||Won|
|A&R Awards – Song Of The Year||Won|
|BBC Radio 1's Teen Awards – Best Single||Won|
|2020||62nd Annual Grammy Awards – Song Of The Year||Nominated|
|Brit Awards – Song Of The Year||Won|
- "Sound on Sound Article". Inside Track: Lewis Capaldi's 'Someone You Loved'. Sound on Sound. Retrieved 6 May 2019.
- "Hollywood Reporter Article". Emeli Sande ks The Beatles' U.K. Album Chart Record. Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 4 November 2013.
- "Billboard Article". Little Mix ks Spice Girls' Chart Record. Billboard. Retrieved 4 November 2013.
- "Capital FM Article". Olympic Closing Ceremony 2012 Review. Capital FM. Retrieved 7 April 2019.