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Sam Ryder releases his debut album

Catch Sam Ryder playing live at the following dates in 2023 listed below

Sam Ryder has released his eagerly anticipated debut album ‘There’s Nothing But Space, Man!’ it is available to buy and stream today via Parlophone records. The album includes hit singles ‘Space Man’, ‘Somebody’ and latest release ‘All The Way Over’.

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Following his launch into stardom through Eurovision, becoming the UK’s highest charting Eurovision entry in 25 years, Sam’s journey through the pop cosmos has been otherworldly.

Spending years honing his craft at pubs and clubs and as the singer in wedding bands, his meteoric rise has seen him soundtrack many of the pivotal moments in entertainment in 2022 from Eurovision to the Queen’s Jubliee, the Forumla 1 Grand Prix at Silverstone and the National Television Awards with more to come including The Royal Variety Performance and BBC 1’s New Years Eve event which he will host.  His impromptu street sessions have seen him connect with fans up and down the country and his recent headline shows at Here @ Outernet proving his feel good enthusiasm is infectious while reminding fans of the journey it’s been for him to get to this very place, creating the album of your year.

His debut album There’s Nothing But Space, Man!’ is a catalogue of infectious pop energy that soars alongside Sam’s vehement vocals which translate to his compelling lyricism. Toe-dipping into soulful power ballads, sunny piano hooks and stripped acoustic numbers, the album showcases Sam’s creative and simply sublime versatility.

Latest single ‘All The Way Over’ is a message of comfort and compassion that see’s Sam at his most vulnerable yet as he sings of the journey to the other side of loss, grief and heartache. ‘Somebody’ turns its head back to vitamin D charged days, illuminated with dulcet piano chips to emphasise pure summer love. Testing the waters of the dance scene ‘Put A Light On Me’ thumps with 80s ridden synths that could easily make an appearance on nightclub’s Saturday night playlists. The joyful ‘This Time’ is effortlessly playful and doesn’t fail to leave a smile on your face, whilst Eurovision favourite ‘Space Man’ has a similar sentiment, reminding fans of the journey it’s been for him to get to this very place.

Catch Sam Ryder playing live at the following dates in 2023.

UK Headline 2023 tour dates:

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