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Sam Fender has shared his first music of the year, in the form of new single 'Hold Out'

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Published: 4:53 pm, February 13, 2020
Sam Fender has shared his first music of the year, in the form of new single 'Hold Out'

Sam Fender has shared his first music of the year in the form of new single, 'Hold Out'.

“We nearly released 'Hold Out' as a single a while back," he explains. "It used to be a staple in our live set when the band first got together, and I’ve always been really fond of it.

"It’s about going out on the lash back home which was really just a form of escape. This is going to be the last tune we put out there of the 'Hypersonic Missiles' era. I hope you like it as much as I do."

The track arrives ahead of two Newcastle shows on 17th and 19th February, a UK headline tour in March, April and May, and festival sets at the likes of Neighbourhood, This Is Tomorrow, Isle of Wight Festival, TRNSMT and Reading & Leeds.

Check out 'Hold Out' below.

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