Sam Fender

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Sam Fender
Born (1996-04-25) April 25, 1996 (age 22)
North Shields,United Kingdom[1]
Nationality  United Kingdom
Occupation Singer-songwriter
Years active 2017-present
Musical career
Genres
Instruments
  • Vocals
  • guitar
Labels Polydor[2]
Members Dean Thompson (Lead guitar), Tom Ungerer (Bass), Drew Michael (Drums)
Website samfender.com

Sam Fender is a British male singer-songwriter, was named one of BBC Sound of 2018[3] alongside other emerging artists such as Sigrid and Khalid.[1]

Music style[edit]

His music is mainly about political and social issues. He is inspired by George Orwell's book Nineteen Eighty-Four.[1]

Family[edit]

He is from a musical family.[4][5] His father Alan and brother Liam are both singer-songwriters,[1][4] Liam also plays drums and piano.[1]

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

Title Release Date Ref
"Play God" 31 March 2017 [6]
"Greasy Spoon" 14 July 2017 [7]
"Millennial" 22 September 2017 [8]
"Start Again" 27 October 2017 [9]
"Friday Fighting" 9 February 2018 [10]
"Leave Fast" 14 June 2018 [11]
"Dead Boys" 14 August 2018 [12]

Tour[edit]

2018[edit]

Date City Country Venue Capacity Note Ref
19/4/2018 Cologne  Germany Artheater N/A
21/4/2018 Hamburg Molotow Skybar N/A
23/4/2018 Berlin Musik & Frieden 400 [13]
25/4/2018 Nijmegen  Kingdom of the Netherlands Merleyn 200 [14]
29/4/2018 Utrecht EKKO 275
5/5/2018 Leeds  United Kingdom Leeds City Centre N/A Live at Leeds 2018
5/5-6/5/2018 Liverpool The Baltic Triangle N/A Sound City Festival 2018
10/5/2018 Cambridge The Portland Arms 200 [15]
11/5/2018 Exeter The Cavern Club 220 [16]
12/5/2018 Truro The Old Bakery Studios 300 (standing) [17]
14/5/2018 Oxford The Cellar 250 [18]

Source from [19]

Barca Gosforth 2011 - Capacity 100 (Full menu available)

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