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Sam Fender has shared his final pre-album single, check out 'The Borders' 

His debut album is imminent. 
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Published: 10:55 am, September 02, 2019
Sam Fender has shared his final pre-album single, check out 'The Borders' 

Sam Fender has shared his final single before the release of his imminent debut album.

'The Borders' is a cut from his upcoming debut album ‘Hypersonic Missiles’, due 13th September via Polydor Records.

The track's blurb reads: "The Borders, Sam’s personal favourite on the record, is a chest-punching story that looks a little closer to home. At once deeply personal, traumatic even, Sam tells a story of two boys growing up together and then going their separate ways. Memories inferred but not directly addressed. It’s a storming tune with a powerful story, as so many of Sam’s songs are."

The song follows his sets at Fusion Festival and Electric Picnic last weekend, and precedes a sold out November headline tour that includes two nights at London’s Brixton Academy.

Check out ‘The Borders’ below, and pick up his issue of Dork after the jump.

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