Sam Dickinson blends uplifting piano pop, soaring vocals and dramatic orchestration to create an anthem in the making with ‘All We Are’. It is a welcome return to the music scene for Dickinson and is available from Monday 3rd June.
Soul-sensation Sam Dickinson returns with ‘All We Are’ released on Monday 3rd June 2019.
‘All We Are’ is the second installment of a 3-part EP series titled ‘From the Glass House’ which seen part 1 receive BBC Introducing airplay, as well as a achieving a position in the iTunes Soul/ RnB top 40 chart.
The trilogy was created as a return to music for the artist, following a 5 year break.
Sam has been a regular performer across the North East, and further afield too, in recent years, as well as a number of appearances at Pride events across the UK, being a regular feature at Newcastle Pride, the UK’s largest free Pride festival, since 2009.
Talking about the project, Sam said: “I want this project to mean something to people. Musically, it’s that blend of pop, dance and soul to create something fresh and now. I was really inspired by the 90’s when creating this EP. It’s reflective and about finding self-worth”
“I wrote ‘All We Are’ with my friend Hattie Murdoch, after we watched a friend of mine, who is a drag queen, be vilified on national television and social media. She’s come back stronger and I sing about how we’re all human beings; we need to come together and work together – especially in this era of Brexit and Trump.”
Pre order of ‘From The Glass House, Part 2’ is available on 3rd June, and ‘All We Are’ becomes immediately available.