The new single from Sam Fender Will We Talk? is now available through all major streaming services. It’s the last one to be released before his debut album Hypersonic Missiles comes out on the newly confirmed date of the 13th September through Polydor Records. It was originally supposed to be released in August, however if his last singles are anything to go by it’ll definitely be worth the wait. Listen to Will We Talk? below.
Will We Talk? (originally titled Will We Talk In The Morning) is a characteristically upbeat track masking a darker theme, as Fender explores his thoughts on current society while reviving the old- school rock n roll style of times gone by. Anthemic and incorporating a large variety of instruments, Fender may be expanding his sound but still keeps his voice central to the track.
Sam Fender – Will We Talk?
The Brit award-winning artist is keeping his homegrown roots at the core of his debut album Hypersonic Missiles. It was not only written, but recorded and produced at Sam Fender‘s self-built Warehouse Studio in his native town of North Shields. It also kept this premise by including longtime friend and producer Bramwell Bronte in the production of his album.
There may be 13 tracks on this album, but judging by his previous snow-balling success, this will be anything but unlucky for Fender.
The 25-year-old talent will also embark on a slew of sold-out dates around the country this autumn, including four sold-out shows in Newcastle Academy and two at Brixton Academy in London. In November he will also be making his debut in Japan – and all this after making his mark on this year’s festival scene across the UK and Europe, ranging from a headline show at Tynemouth Castle to Hyde Park in support of Bob Dylan and Neil Young, as well as at TRNSMT in Glasgow.
Make sure to pre-order the new album, and get your hands on a limited edition black and white vinyl. You can also find exclusive merch and limited-edition album bundles on Sam Fender’s official store. Fender is an unmissable live performer, be sure to take the chance to see him at one of his shows and book your tickets here.
Making of the debut album ‘Hypersonic Missiles’