Updated: Jul 27, 2020
We have recently been sent the brand new song from Indie Pop Sensation Sam and Sounds. We are going to be reviewing his track In Time, She's Mine.
Sam’s music journey began in 2019 busking on the streets of Tunbridge Wells and Crawley. Being stuck at home during lockdown gave him little option other than to release music out into the digital world. The reception Sam and Sounds received was unexpected as the first single climbed up the iTunes Pop chart reaching number 19 on the day of release. His second single also matched this achievement. From a standing start, his monthly listeners on Spotify reached 23,500 in the first month alone.
It is extremely easy to see why there is a lot of noise coming from Sam's camp at present, this song has everything you want from a hit single. Its fresh, its current and most of the its relatable. All these ingredients add up to success.
Sam has a very cheeky way with his lyrics, a lot like Olly Murs. The catchyness of the song stands out, you will be tapping your foot along from the start of the song and you will be humming the song for the rest of the day as it embeds in your head.
Being fully honest, I don't think Sam is going to be busking on the streets for much longer, this is a song that is going to start of his career and there is definitely a gap in the mainstream for Sam with his Indie Pop.
Overall, this song has hit written all over it and I'm pretty sure he will beat his number 19 form his previous single as this song has quality written all over it.
We are excited to see what comes next from this young man as we are confident we are going to see his name in the big time very soon.