Sam Fender and his band will return to Birmingham later this year after the release of his debut album ‘Hypersonic Missiles’.
Brit Choice winner Sam Fender is quickly rising to fame. After a warm up spring tour, Fender will head out on his largest tour yet at the end of year, starting off in Manchester on the 22nd November and ending a month later in Newcastle. The tour comes after the release of his debut album ‘Hypersonic Missiles’ which will be available to stream and buy in stores on August 9th. The 25 year old has hinted that the album is ‘big, cheesy and sounds a bit like the 80’s’ with three tracks debuting the soulful saxophone. Due to a phenomenal demand, this young Bruce Springsteen pleases hometown fans adding an extra two shows, bringing the total to a staggering 4 shows in Newcastle.
Be sure to grab a ticket while there’s still time.
22 – Manchester Academy
23 – Guild of Students, Liverpool
26 – Rock City, Nottingham
27 – Academy, Glasgow
28 – O2 Academy, Leeds
30 – Dome, Brighton
01 – Academy, Bournemouth
03 – Plymouth Pavilions
04 – O2 Academy, Bristol
05 – O2 Academy, Birmingham
07 – O2 Academy, Newcastle
08 – O2 Academy, Newcastle
10 – O2 Academy, Brixton
13 – Great Hall, Cardiff
16 – Olympia Theatre, Dublin
17 – Ulster Hall, Belfast
19 – O2 Academy, Sheffield
21 – O2 Academy, Newcastle
22 – O2 Academy, Newcastle
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