Sam Ryder Announces Debut Album ‘There’s Nothing But Space, Man’

Since his fantastic performance at this years Eurovision Song Contest, Sam Ryder has become a national treasure. Now, he has announced that he will be releasing his debut album “There’s Nothing But Space, Man” on the 14th of October!

2022 has already been one hell of a roller coaster for Sam. His single “Spaceman” has turned into one of the most popular songs in the UK after his incredible performance on Eurovision. He put the United Kingdom back on the map after coming second after Ukraine – the first time this has been achieved by a UK contestant in over 20 years! His performance was simply mesmerizing, it’s no wonder the world completely fell in love with him. You can take a look back at his performance below;

Upon his return, the singer has been performing in front of massive crowds including Capital’s Summertime Ball – which was held at Wembley Stadium – and the massive Jubilee Concert which was broadcasted all over the world to thousands of people. During these performances, he showcases his powerful vocals and his excellent showmanship.

Sam Ryder is an artist through and through. His voice, his lyricism, his look, everything. On top of that, he’s an all round good guy who is impossible to dislike. It’s inevitable that his upcoming album is going to be an absolute masterpiece. Not only do we have that to look forward to, but if you pre-order the album now, you will receive early access to his 2023 UK and Ireland tour! Pre-order via Sam’s official website. Full tour dates can be found below;

Sam Ryder UK Tour Dates

Manchester Academy 1- March 21

Newcastle O2 City Hall- March 23

Liverpool O2 Academy- March 25

Leeds O2 Academy- March 26

Birmingham O2 Academy- March 28

Cambridge Corn Exchange- March 29

London Eventim Apollo- March 30

Cardiff Great Hall- April 1

Bristol O2 Academy- April 2

Bournemouth O2 Academy- April 4

Brighton, Brighton Dome- April 5

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