Sam Fender Shares Dramatic Video For New Single, ‘Get You Down’
In the visceral new clip, Fender drives a car around a racetrack before being involved in a bloody accident.
Sam Fender has shared a dramatic new video for his latest single “Get You Down”– you can watch the visceral visual below.
The new video, directed by Hector Dockrill, follows Fender’s recent video for “Spit Of You”, which saw This Is England star Stephen Graham playing the role of the singer’s father.
In the “Get You Down” video, Fender drives a car around a racetrack before being involved in a bloody accident.
“Get You Down” is taken from Fender’s new album Seventeen Going Under, which took the top spot in the UK charts upon its release this month, on October 8.
In a four-star review of Seventeen Going Under, NME wrote: “[The album] sees Fender realize that it can kick back a lot harder, and he counts every blow and bruise. But he seems to have found that time passes and that most wounds – even the deepest – will eventually heal, if he can allow them to.”
Following the album’s release, Fender informed fans that some deliveries of his new album had been delayed by “Brexit customs issues” and “fuel shortages”.
In support of Seventeen Going Under, Sam Fender will head out on a huge UK and Ireland arena tour next year, including an appearance at Wembley Arena in London on April 1, with gigs also taking place in Nottingham (March 20), Liverpool (March 21), Glasgow (March 26) and Newcastle (April 5). New dates were added to the tour last week, which follows an existing run of rescheduled sold-out shows across the rest of October and November.
Sam Fender plays the following UK and Ireland shows in 2021 and 2022:
Buy or stream Seventeen Going Under.
October 25 – Glasgow, Barrowlands
October 26 – Glasgow, Barrowlands
November 18 – Newcastle, Arena
November 20 – London, Alexandra Palace
November 21 – London, Alexandra Palace
November 24 – Leeds, Arena
November 25 – Cardiff, Arena
March 20 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
March 21 – M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
March 24 – 3Arena, Dublin
March 26 – SSE Hydro Arena, Glasgow
March 27 – Utilita Arena, Birmingham
March 30 – Brighton Centre
April 1 – SSE Arena Wembley, London
April 2 – SSE Arena Wembley, London
April 5 – Utilita Arena, Newcastle
April 6 – Utilita Arena, Newcastle
July 6 – Castlefield Bowl, Manchester