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Sam Fender reveals new album single ‘Get You Down’

New album out October 8th

Sam Fender returns with brand new music
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North Shields crooner Sam Fender today reveals Get You Down, the third single to be lifted from his sophomore album Seventeen Going Under, set for release on October 8th 2021. Listen to Get You Down below.

Following on from the title track Seventeen Going Under, Aye and the b-side Howdon Aldi Death-qeue, Get You Down is the third track taken from the new album. Speaking about the track Sam said:

The whole record is about growing up and the self-esteem issues that you carry into your adult life, this song in particular is about how insecurity has affected my relationships. Definitely one of the more personal ones.

Sam Fender tour dates & tickets

This summer, Sam has already performed at the Reading & Leeds Festivals and Boardmasters. With festival appearances at TRNSMT, Isle of Wight, and This Is Tomorrow in Newcastle coming up, he will also play a sold out UK headline tour with stops at Brixton Academy and two nights at Alexandra Palace. Remaining tickets are available here*.

  • 10 September – TRNSMT, Glasgow (festival show)
  • 13 September – De Montford Hall, Leicester SOLD OUT
  • 15 September – Victoria Warehouse, Manchester SOLD OUT
  • 16 September – Victoria Warehouse, Manchester SOLD OUT
  • 18 September – Isle of Wight Festival
  • 19 September – This Is Tomorrow Festival, Newcastle
  • 25 September – O2 Academy, Brixton SOLD OUT
  • 18 November – Newcastle Arena SOLD OUT
  • 20 November – Alexandra Palace, London SOLD OUT
  • 21 November – Alexandra Palace, London SOLD OUT
  • 24 November – Leeds Arena SOLD OUT
  • 25 November – Cardiff Arena SOLD OUT

Sam Fender’s new album Seventeen Going Under will be released on October 8th and is available to pre-order* as of now.

Sam Fender Tickets*

Deborah Jacobs

Music blogger by night, SEO by day. Started Indie is not a Genre in 2011, will always prefer live music over recordings and intimate pub gigs over arena shows.



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