Sam Fender at Finsbury Park: Platform Review

The North Shields singer filled Finsbury Park with 45,000 fans at the day festival.

In 2019 Sam accepted the Brit Award for Rising Star and has gone on to complete his biggest headlining show to date.

Artists including Fontaines DC and Declan McKenna supported the event.

Sam Fender took to the stage with his bandmates celebrating this milestone performance with the rapid success of their latest album Seventeen Going Under.

He performed tunes from his first album like The Borders and Will We Talk? which had the crowd going wild.

The upbeat set diverged with moving songs like Dead Boys . 

An acoustic version of Angel In Lothian warmed hearts with its endearing lyrics and beautiful vocals as the sunset over the stage.

Spice  was an electric tune live with Howdon Aldi Death Queue following.

These songs brought a heavier sound to Finsbury Park with flames being thrown of the rooftop adding to the excitement.

Lucky fans were the first to hear his new track Alright with encouraging lyrics and soft instrumentals, perfect to have on repeat for hours.

The singer finished his immaculate set with fan favourites Seventeen Going Under and Hypersonic Missiles bringing his big night to an end.

Image Credit: Louise Walt

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