Sam and Sounds

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Sam and Sounds
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Born
Samuel Archie Michael Gemmell

(2000-08-18) August 18, 2000 (age 21)
London, England
NationalityEnglish
CitizenshipEngland
Occupation
  • Singer
  • songwriter
Years active2020–present
Parents
  • Andrew Gemmell (father)
  • Vanessa Gemmell (mother)
Musical career
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GenresIndie Pop
Instruments
  • Vocals
  • Guitar
  • Keyboard
LabelsFord Manor Music
Associated acts
  • Blanks
  • Dayglow
  • Alfie Templeman
Websitesamandsounds.com

Sam and Sounds is a musician, singer and songwriter from Lingfield, Surrey, UK. He wrote his first song, aged 12, with his friend and fellow singer/songwriter Chris Harper. The melody of that song was used as part of a musical performance in Reading festival in front of a fee paying audience in 2012. In 2017 Sam performed “Great Balls of Fire” at his school assembly, both in singing and playing the piano parts, in front of 1000 school colleagues, and 400 online parents.

After school, he attended Bimm, (the British Institute of Modern Music) before leaving to join and play keys for singer Jason Allan on a UK tour.

In 2019, He asked often in the town centres of Crawley, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Maidstone and Worthing.

He started releasing his own recorded music in April 2020[1], during the 1st lockdown imposed in the UK, due to the COVID 19 pandemic.

Sam and Sounds was BBC Introducing Souths 1st Track of the day in 2021 with his single “Mamma Mia Girl”.[2] Sam and Sounds’ 4th Track of the Day for BBC Introducing The South was for his single “Silly”. Sam and Sounds chose 5 tracks that influenced his Single “Silly”[3]

“Silly” was released in January 2021, with an exclusive Video release on God is in the TV.[4]

Sam and Sounds was nominated by IndieCentralMusic.com as “one to watch” in 2021[5]

Sam and Sounds was nominated by ICM as one of 2020’s greatest discoveries[6]

His first live performance is set to be on 30th July 2021.

Discography

Singles

  • "Do It All Again" (2020)[7]
  • "Addicted to You" (2020)
  • "Cloud 9" (2020)[8]
  • "In Time, She’s Mine" (2020)[9]
  • "Mamma Mia Girl" (20202)
  • "About You Now" Sugababes cover (2020)
  • "Silly" (2021)[10]
  • "Weird Day" (2021)

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References

  1. "Sam and Sounds Spotify".
  2. "BBC Introducing Souths".
  3. "Love Music is Love Life".
  4. "God is in the TV".
  5. "Indie Central Music".
  6. "Indie Central Music".
  7. "Sam and Sounds - Do It All Again (Official Music Video: Quarantine Edition)".
  8. "Sam and Sounds - Cloud 9 (Official Music Video)".
  9. "Sam and Sounds - In Time, She's Mine (Official Music Video)".
  10. "Sam and Sounds - Silly (Official Video)".

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