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Sam Ryder releases ‘All The Way Over’

‘All The Way Over’ offers up a gargantuan and memorable piano-led chorus

Sam Ryder has today released the heart-rending single ‘All The Way Over,’ out via Parlophone Records, Listen here. The new release follows an incredible run of events that has seen the singer-songwriter become a surefire one to watch.

Sam’s voyage through the pop cosmos continues with ‘All The Way Over’ which offers up a gargantuan and memorable piano-led chorus that is primed and ready to be a fan favourite. Sam’s stunningly identifiable voice, coupled with its turbulent themes of love, loss, and heartache, make it a track that is unequivocally relatable. Speaking of the track, Sam comments “‘All The Way Over’ is a song for anybody on a journey to the other side of loss, grief or heartache.”

Sam’s meteoric rise has seen ‘Space Man’ etch itself into the nation’s consciousness with stunning performances at Eurovision and the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. The song reached number two in the UK single charts, becoming the highest charting UK Eurovision entry in over a quarter of a century in the process. ‘Space Man’ has already achieved Gold status and is now one of the biggest selling tracks of 2022 and has seen Sam quickly become a household name and the most successful UK debut act of the year.

The Essex singer-songwriter first rose to prominence during lockdown when his TikTok videos began to attract plaudits from the likes of Alicia Keys, David Guetta, Justin Bieber and Sia. He has gone on to amass 13 million followers and 106m likes on the platform, making him the UK’s biggest artist on TikTok in 2021.

Sam Ryder plays the following live dates in 2022/2023.

August 5th 2022 – Hatfield, UK, Hatfield Park

August 26th 2022 – Kingham, UK, The Big Feastival

November 23rd 2022 – London, UK, HERE at Outernet

November 24th 2022 – London, UK, HERE at Outernet

March 17th 2023 – Belfast, UK, Ulster Hall

March 18th 2023 – Dublin, UK, 3Olympia

March 21st 2023 – Manchester, UK, Academy

March 22nd 2023 – Glasgow, UK, Barrowland

March 23rd 2023 – Newcastle, UK, O2 City Hall

March 25th 2023 – Liverpool, UK, O2 Academy

March 26th 2023 – Leeds, UK, O2 Academy

March 28th 2023 – Birmingham, UK, O2 Academy

March 29th 2023 – Cambridge, UK, O2 Academy

March 30th 2023 – London, UK, Eventim Apollo

April 1st 2023 – Cardiff, UK, The Great Hall

April 2nd 2023 – Bristol, UK, O2 Academy

April 4th 2023 – Bournemouth, UK, O2 Academy

April 5th 2023 – Brighton, UK, The Dome