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Friday, November 29, 2019

Sam Fender - "Saturday" [Rock & Alternative]

Saturday

"Saturday" music video by Sam Fender
Added: 29-11-2019
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Sam Fender - Saturday (Official Video)

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Video directed by James Slater

Music video by Sam Fender performing Saturday. © 2019 Sam Fender, under exclusive licence to Universal Music Operations Limited


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Melding edgy, introspective indie rock with a soulful delivery, Newcastle native Sam Fender rose to British acclaim in late 2017 when he appeared on the coveted BBC Sound of 2018 list and was subsequently signed to Polydor Records.

Born and raised in North Shields, just outside of Newcastle, Fender came from a musical family. After gigging locally, he was discovered by Ben Howard's manager, who helped pave the road for Fender's debut single, "Play God." Moody in tone and socially conscious, it was followed by two more singles, "Greasy Spoon" and "Millennial," before the BBC named Fender alongside acts like Sigrid and Lewis Capaldi for their Sound of 2018 list. Tours with Hozier and Catfish and the Bottlemen followed, as did 2018 singles like "Leave Fast" and "That Sound," both of which later appeared on his EP, Dead Boys. It was released by Polydor in November of that year.

At the beginning of 2019, Fender entered his own studios in his home town of North Shields, to record his debut album. Produced by friend Bramwell Bronte, the resulting release, Hypersonic Missiles, was issued in mid-2019, preceded by the Springsteen-inspired single of the same name.

Tags : 2019, 10s, Sam Fender

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