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Sam Fender has dropped his new single ‘Will We Talk?’, and revealed a new release date for his debut album

His first full-length will now arrive in September.
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Published: 11:21 am, July 03, 2019
Sam Fender has dropped his new single ‘Will We Talk?’, and revealed a new release date for his debut album

Sam Fender has dropped his new single ‘Will We Talk?’.

It’s a cut from his debut album ‘Hypersonic Missiles’, which was originally due in August, but is now scheduled for a 13th September release.

Sam’s been having trouble with his vocals lately, leading to cancellations at a number of festivals including last weekend’s Glastonbury, and a headline set at Barn on the Farm.

He’s still a number of shows set to happen however, starting with a hometown headline show at Tynemouth Castle in North Shields on 11th July, and including a lengthy UK tour at the end of the year.

Check out ‘Will We Talk?’ below.

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