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Sam Fender Announces Run Of Intimate Shows To Celebrate Release Of New Album

By: Zaharaddeen Sani (U18MM1044)

The singer-songwriter's second LP, 'Seventeen Going Under,' arrives next week

Sam Fender has announced a run of intimate shows to celebrate the release of his forthcoming new album, ‘Seventeen Going Under’.

 Sam Fender on the cover: “This album is probably the best thing I have done in my life”

The North Shields singer-songwriter’s second album is set to be released next week (October 8, 2021) and has already been previewed by the tracks ‘Howdon Aldi Death Queue’, ‘Aye’, ‘Get You Down’, ‘Spit Of You’, and the album’s title track and its acoustic version.

Fender took to social media in the afternoon (September 30) to tell fans that he will be heading out on the road for a string of intimate gigs in December, starting at Pryzm in Kingston on December 1 and ending at Fat Sams in Dundee on December 16.

“Playing some very intimate UK shows to celebrate the release of my new album ‘Seventeen Going Under’!” he wrote. “We are partnering with indie record stores and ticket bundles are on sale from 1st October, 10am BST, be quick.”

Tickets go on sale (October 1st) via a number of independent record stores.

Speaking to NME earlier this year, Fender said of 'Seventeen Going Under': "As a record I think this year one is leagues ahead (of debut album 'Hypersonic Missiles'). Iam more proud of this than anything I have ever done. It is probably the best thing I have done in my life.

"I just hope people love it as much as I do. With the first album, a lot of those songs were written when I was 19, so I was over half of it (by the time it was released). Whereas this one is where Iam at now."

He added, "At the same time, this record is probably going to piss a lot of people off."

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