‘Cry Wolf’ infuses disco, pop and a confident message of empowerment, giving Sam Dickinson his finest single to date. Taken from the upcoming album ‘Off Script’ due October 2020, ‘Cry Wolf’ and is now available to download and stream across all platforms from Friday 15th May.
As the opening track on his new album, ‘Cry Wolf’ sets the tone for the remainder of the album. It is a message of strength. From the opening line “I know you better than you think I do, but I can see right through you” Dickinson sets the tone. There’s a sense of confidence in what he’s saying. Building up to a dramatic, edgy, disco chorus with the lyrics “Can’t feel sorry for ya, ain’t got no worry for ya, won’t feel sorry for you.” It’s a song which could have been written for artists such as Sam Smith, Mika or Years & Years.
‘Off Script’ is the second album from the Newcastle born singer – songwriter. Having already teased the album with the singles ‘Diamond Skin’ and his take on the Everything But the Girl classic ‘Missing’ he has amassed almost 700,000 streams of his music across all platforms. He has been played on the UK’s biggest radio station, BBC Radio 2, multiple times by the likes of Alan Carr, Paul O Grady, Melanie Sykes and Graham Norton, who also said “he just keeps getting better and better”. 2019’s ‘All We Are’ was also picked up by Spotify’s editorial team and added to playlists with over 1.5 million followers. He is one of the North East’s fastest rising stars.
The album ‘Off Script’ is also available to pre-order digitally on iTunes and Amazon as well as on CD and limited edition cassette from his website.
Sam will be opening for Alexandra Burke in 2020 and Gabrielle in 2021. Catch Sam every Sunday on Pride Radio from 10am for ‘Sam on Sunday’, on 89.2fm across Tyneside, via TuneIn or ask Alexa to play Pride Radio.
Keep up-to-date with all things Sam Dickinson
Website – http://samdickinsononline.com/