Introducing: Sam Brockington

Sam Brockington"Sam Brockington possesses the vocal range, and tone, that most vocalists lie about having on their internet dating profiles."

This is just one of many things you can expect to hear in casual conversation, regarding the aforementioned artist, during 2016. Having toured the hallowed streets of London at a young age, Brockington, perhaps unaware, was laying the foundations for his esteemed arrival onto the Bristol and UK music scenes. Emerging from 2015 endorsed by the likes of Music Week, 6Music and BBC Introducing, it's not surprising that Sam was selected to play the BBC Introducing stage at this year's BBC Radio 6Music Festival.

Besides having your guitar teacher proclaiming that Muddy Waters is back from the dead, the main thing that Sam has going for him, is that he's actually quite good. There's a distinguished charm to his songwriting, as though the compositions sort of just came together as he was mulling over life's dilemmas with a glass of scotch.

Whether hushed or bellowed, there's a feeling behind Sam's voice that takes you on a visceral journey, where even though you weren't there to experience the combination of emotions he's recounting, you are left with an innate understanding of how he observes and interprets the world. Add this to perfectly crafted instrumental accompaniment and Sam brings forth a huge amount of potential for a soulful and authentic studio release.

Listen to Sam Brockington's track "Follow" below and find out more here.


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