Listen Listen to Sam Fender play ‘Alright’ live at Finsbury Park
It’s lifted from his upcoming album, ‘Seventeen Going Under Live Deluxe Edition’.
Recorded at his triumphant sold-out show at London’s Finsbury Park last year, Sam Fender has shared a live version of his single ‘Alright’.
Released ahead of his Finsbury Park show, Sam said of the track, “Alright is one of the first tracks from the Seventeen Going Under era. It was always a favourite of mine, and somehow didn’t make the record. It’s about growing up and the theme of cheating death.”
The track features on his forthcoming album ‘Seventeen Going Under Live Deluxe Edition’ which is out via Polydor Records on 9th December.
Have a listen to ‘Alright’ live from Finsbury Park below.
‘Seventeen Going Under Live Deluxe’ (CD 1) Tracklisting:
1. Seventeen Going Under
2. Getting Started
4. Get You Down
5. Long Way Off
6. Spit of You
7. Last to Make It Home
8. The Leveller
11. The Dying Light
12. Better of Me
13. Pretending That You’re Dead
14. Angel In Lothian
15. Good Company (Live)
17. Howdon Aldi Death Queue
18. The Kitchen (Live)
20. Wild Grey Ocean
21. Little Bull Of Blithe
‘Live From Finsbury Park’ (CD 2) Tracklisting:
1. Will We Talk?
2. Getting Started
3. Dead Boys
5. Better Of Me
6. The Borders
8. Howdon Aldi Death Queue
9. Get You Down
10. Spit Of You
12. Play God
13. The Dying Light
15. Seventeen Going Under
16. Hypersonic Missiles
See Sam Fender live at the following dates:
09 – St James’ Park, Newcastle SOLD OUT
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23 – Ormeau Park, Belfast (Belsonic)
25 – Malahide Castle, Dublin
08 – TRNSMT Festival, Glasgow
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