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Sam Fender announces his new album “Live From Finsbury Park” and shares his performance of “Getting Started

Sam Fender has announced a new live album picking up his big show at Finsbury Park this summer.

Live From Finsbury Park” will be released as an independent double color vinyl on December 9 via Polydor. The collection will also be available via streaming platforms, as well as a “deluxe live edition” of Fender’s second record “Seventeen Going Under” from this year spent

Today (September 5th) Fender have teased the upcoming LP by sharing a new video, ‘Getting Started (Live from Finsbury Park)’. You can check out the clip below, and pre-order / pre-order the upcoming live album here.

“This show was a real highlight for me and the boys, so we’re excited to share it with you,” write the musician on social networks.

Fender’s concert in Finsbury Park, north London, took place on July 15 and was the North Shields singer-songwriter’s biggest performance to date. He played in front of a sold out crowd of 45,000 fans at the park.

Fender was joined by an all-star line-up of headline acts including Fontaines DC, Declan McKenna and Beabadoobee.

In a four-star review of the outdoor concert, NME wrote: “[El espectáculo] It wraps things up perfectly and seems to herald the next steps for Fender, about to level up from this massive moment to something completely stratospheric.”

Last week, Fender announced a major homecoming concert at St James’ Park in Newcastle, which will mark their first headline stadium performance. Speaking to NME about the upcoming event, he explained: “Having the whole band from the area and playing there is a huge thing for us.”

Fender said, “I always said if we were ever going to be big enough to play a stadium, this would have to be the first one. It would have to be in our hometown.”

He will headline St James’s Park on June 9, 2023. Fender will be joined by opening acts Inhaler and Holly Humberstone, and has promised “a few surprises” yet to be confirmed.

Tickets go on sale at 10am BST this Friday (September 9); you can buy yours from here.

Separately, in their latest chat with NME, Fender offered an update on the progress of their third studio album, teasing a possible future collaboration with Fontaines DC.

Meanwhile, “Seventeen Under” is up for this year’s Mercury Prize. The winner will be announced during a ceremony at the Eventim Apollo in Hammersmith, London, this Thursday (September 9).

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