SWX Bristol, Bristol.
Terms and Conditions
The name of the lead booker will be printed on each ticket.
The lead booker must be in attendance and photo ID checks will be made on entry into the venue. If the ID does not match entry will be refused.
ID must be in its original form and not a copy.
If you are booking more than one ticket your guest must arrive at the concert at the same time as you.
Failure to do so will result in the guest being turned away.
Failure to adhere the terms and conditions may result in the customer's order being cancelled. There are no exceptions to this rule.
The resale of tickets is only permitted via the artist's official resale platform Twickets.
Transferal of tickets is not permitted under any other circumstances.
If the promoter reasonably believes that a ticket has been resold through resale platforms not endorsed by the artist then the barcode on the ticket will be voided, prohibiting entry to the concert.
14+ only. 14s to 15s must be accompanied by an adult. No refunds will be given for incorrectly booked tickets.
Following a hectic year of touring, signing a record deal, and becoming one of the hottest new names in the industry and beyond, Sam concluded 2018 being awarded his first BRIT Award, as the Critics' Choice for the year ahead. It was a fantastic and humbling nod for an artist who spent very few days off the road, and is determined to repay the faith with a supersonic 2019.
Kicking off this month with a new single, Play God is one of the songs that first set him out on his journey. Originally released independently to ensure any new fans he made had something to hear online when discovering Sam live, it encompasses everything that makes him such a fascinating young prospect; angular, sharp and ambitious guitar-led melodies coupled with Sam's observational, questioning and socially engaged lyrics.
Play God was recorded in North Shields, and produced by long-standing friend and collaborator Bramwell Bronte.
Sam says of the song: "Play God is set in an alternate dystopian reality that shares similarities with our own world. I wrote it a couple of years ago where there were a lot of big changes happening in both the UK and the States, I had just entered my twenties, I was anxious about the future of the world and its leaders, and it didn't help that I'd just read George Orwell's 1984 at the time. As you can imagine I was pretty paranoid!"
Following a pair of long since sold-out shows in Manchester and London next month, Sam will now play six more headline dates in May.