Sam Fender feels that his new album is “leagues ahead” of debut effort ‘Hypersonic Missiles’.
The 27-three hundred and sixty five days-worn musician is order to liberate his new record ‘Seventeen Going Below’ in October and claims that it is “doubtlessly the ideal thing I’ve performed in my lifestyles”.
Sam advised NME: “As a record I mediate this one is leagues ahead (of ‘Hypersonic Missiles’). I’m more proud of this than anything I’ve ever performed. Or no longer it is doubtlessly the ideal thing I’ve performed in my lifestyles.
“I correct hope folks prefer it as unheard of as I finish. With the first album, a lot of those songs were written when I was once 19, so I was once over half of it (by the level it was once launched). Whereas this one is where I’m at now.”
The ‘Will We Talk?’ singer moreover mirrored on the distinction to his new album and ‘Hypersonic Missiles’ and believes that he has performed a lot of “rising up” between the 2 records.
Sam defined: “I’ve made my coming-of-age record and that was once well-known for me – as I change into older, these reviews support appearing; I’ve bought so unheard of to chat about. I wrote about rising up right here. Or no longer it is about mental health and the method in which things that happen as a tiny of one impact your self-adore in later lifestyles.
“On the first record, I was once pointing at stuff angrily, however the further I’ve gotten into my 20s, the more I’ve realised how tiny I learn about anything. Need to you hit 25, you are adore: ‘I’m fing clueless! I know nothing referring to the field.’ It was once a humbling experience, rising up.”