According to new figures from the BPI in the UK, more than five million vinyl records were sold this year, an 8 per cent increase on 2020.
The huge show on Friday, July 15 will see Fender being joined by a hand-picked roster of Fontaines D.C., Declan McKenna, Beabadoobee and Goat Girl.
Fender enlists new BRIT Rising Star winner Holly Humberstone for a gorgeously understated version of his hit single ‘Seventeen Going Under.’
Fender has described this tiny venue in his English hometown as his “favorite pub in the world”.
In the visceral new clip, Fender drives a car around a racetrack before being involved in a bloody accident.
The album has outsold the rest of the UK Top 10 combined.
The fast-rising musician's new album, 'Seventeen Going Under' is also likely to hit the top of the UK album chart this evening, October 15.
The video precedes the North Shields’ musician’s second album, which arrives later this week.
The single sees the British singer-songwriter exploring his relationship with his father and the good points and flaws in their bond.
The new track also features on the young singer-songwriter's hotly-anticipated second album, 'Seventeen Going Under'.
The track also features on the rising star’s upcoming album, ‘Seventeen Going Under’
Directed by Semera Khan, the new clip features fellow north-east legend, Robson Green.
The fast-rising artist's second album, 'Seventeen Going Under' is also out on October 8.
‘Seventeen Going Under’ is set for release on October 8 via Polydor Records.