Sam Fender has teased new music might be out later this week.
The ‘Play God’ hitmaker has confirmed he might be dropping some new music in simply two days, thrilling his followers.
He wrote on Twitter: “HERE WE GO AGAIN. HOLD TIGHT. 2 DAYS (sic)”
It comes after Sam confirmed his second album, a follow-up to 2019’s ‘Hypersonic Missiles’, is “prepared” to drop.
Alongside a studio snap on his Instagram Story, he wrote: “Aye, it’s completed. Prepare.”
The 27-year-old star had completed penning the tunes final 12 months.
He mentioned on the time: “I believe it is achieved. Effectively, not recorded. I’ve written the songs … there is likely to be one or two songs that’ll come alongside on the way in which [as well], however yeah: I’ve simply acquired to start out recording.”
Sam additionally teased particulars of the upcoming LP, revealing that among the songs will sound much like his monitor ‘Borders’.
He added: “I like that monitor, sonically. I kinda wished to sonically go down that [route] a bit extra.”
Sam then jokingly claimed that the rest of the file would characteristic “an entire load extra of Bruce Springsteen rip-offs”.
The singer beforehand confessed he was “chewing” his “face off in frustration” when the likes of George Ezra and Hozier’s careers exploded and his did not.
He confessed: “All of them went on to blow up, whereas I did not. I used to be chewing my face off in frustration, I used to be that determined to make it like that they had, to put in writing pop songs as a result of I believed individuals would possibly like them. Then I realised that if I will fail, then I’ll as nicely fail by myself phrases, with songs I actually believed in.”