Sam Fender Shares Final Track Ahead Of Seventeen Going Under Live Deluxe Edition Release

Sam Fender has shared the final track ahead of the release of Seventeen Going Under Live Deluxe Edition on 9th December through Polydor Records.
The track itself was first shared on the day of the Finsbury Park show in London back in July, and was performed live later that evening. 
Check out the visualiser for ‘Alright (Live From Finsbury Park)’.

Alongside the live record, two new tracks feature on the deluxe edition including Wild Grey Ocean which is streaming now. Recorded during the original album sessions, it was held back for this future release. A second unheard track, Little Bull of Blithe, will be shared with release of the album on 9th December.
The album will be released as a standalone double coloured vinyl. It will also feature on a “Live Deluxe Edition” of Seventeen Going Under on double CD, including the B-sides and two new tracks.
Fans can pre-order the Finsbury Park vinyl or Live Deluxe Edition of Seventeen Going Under on CD via the following link.

Sam Fender Launches Petition For Phone Helplines To Be Made Free For The Vulnerable

Sam Fender has launched a petition calling on all UK councils to drop the phone charges for helplines for the most vulnerable members of society.

This comes after the North East musician learned that four of the seven councils that serve his local community impose 40p per minute call charges.

Taking to Twitter, he said: “To me this makes absolutely no sense, it’s completely scandalous. We shouldn’t be charging people 40 pence per minute.

“We’ve all been on helplines before, you can be stuck on these things for God knows how long. Half an hour will equate to 12 quid and if you’re skint and you’re homeless, or on the brink of being homeless 12 quid is a lot of money.”

More than 100,000 signatures are needed for the petition to be considered for debate in Parliament. You can sign the petition here.

Currently the petition at the time of writing is at 9,235 signatures.