3300+ Climbing Blog
Written by Rita Santos
Sam Fender is a distinct 21-year-old musician born and raised in Newcastle, England. This young artist started his passion for music at a very young age and from that moment on he never stopped chasing his dream to become a known artist.
His music is unique for a Millennial, the topics approached in his songs are not about love, sex, and drugs like most artists his age, Sam Fender instead decides to talk about more serious topics such as sexual harassment, government surveillance and fake news.
This young man is a perfect example of a hustler musician, most of his songs were recorded in his garden shed, where he spends hours in the creative process and this is one of the reasons why we chose him as the artist of the week. He started in a very humble and indie way and he has worked his way to the top, Now Sam Fender has tracks edited by Arctic Monkey's alumnus Barny Brnicott. If there is something we can learn from him is, never give up on your dreams.
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This is a blog following the students' work at 3300+ Climbing.