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Sam Fender's Seventeen Going Under named Radio X Best Of British with Greggs". Radio X. 18 April 2022. Archived from the original on 18 April 2022 . Retrieved 18 April 2022. Mensah, Jenny (19 November 2021). "The heartbreaking story of Sam Fender's Seventeen Going Under TikTok success". Radio X . Retrieved 25 November 2021.

Seventeen Going Under (Acoustic) - Single by Sam Fender". 3 September 2021 . Retrieved 25 November 2021– via Apple Music. a b Catchpole, Chris (2021). "Talk of the Tyne: Sam Fender on the personal story behind his stunning second album". Rolling Stone. UK. Archived from the original on 5 February 2022 . Retrieved 26 March 2022.a b Jenke, Tyler (12 July 2021). "Song You Need to Know: Sam Fender, 'Seventeen Going Under' ". Rolling Stone . Retrieved 25 November 2021.

Team, Retro Gazing (10 November 2021). "Song of the Moment: "Seventeen Going Under" by Sam Fender". Retro Gazing . Retrieved 25 November 2021. Kemp, Ella (7 December 2021). "The 50 best songs of 2021". NME. Archived from the original on 1 April 2022 . Retrieved 1 April 2022. Netherlands Single Tip Chart – 20/11/2021". Mega Charts. 20 November 2021 . Retrieved 5 December 2021. Sam Fender's Seventeen Going Under wins Radio 1s Hottest Record of the Year 2021" . Retrieved 16 December 2021. On 7 July 2021, Fender shared the song and announced it would be the title song from his forthcoming album. [11] It also went viral on TikTok, with users utilising the song to "convey their personal tales of abuse and mistreatment". About the phenomenon, Fender stated to Radio X: "I'm honoured that Seventeen's kind of resonated with people in that way. It's a very special moment for me as a songwriter". [12] Critical reception [ edit ]Goods that are faulty or sent in error must be returned to Crash Records Limited, 35 The Headrow, Leeds, LS1 6PU within 7 working days of the item being received by the customer.

Sam Fender's 'Seventeen Going Under' wins Radio 1's Hottest Record of the Year 2021". Music News. 16 December 2021. Archived from the original on 17 December 2021 . Retrieved 29 January 2022. Niven, Alex (27 November 2021). "How Sam Fender Became the Voice of the North". Tribune . Retrieved 1 January 2023. Daly, Rhian (19 May 2022). "Sam Fender, Dave, Little Simz and more win at The Ivors 2022". NME. Archived from the original on 19 May 2022 . Retrieved 19 May 2022. a b Catchpole, Chris (10 November 2022). "The Rolling Stone UK Awards 2022 winners in full". Rolling Stone. UK. Archived from the original on 11 November 2022 . Retrieved 11 November 2022.

Lanham, Tom (15 October 2021). "Sam Fender on Seventeen Going Under and Making Sense of It All". Interview. Paste. Archived from the original on 29 January 2022 . Retrieved 26 March 2022.

The song chronicles Fender's life at 17 when his mother, Shirley was afflicted with fibromyalgia and depressed because she could no longer work after 40 years of service as a nurse. [9] She had become the owner of her apartment at 19 and had never missed a workday. Nevertheless, the Department for Work and Pensions began harassing her with letters and treating her unjustly. Fender was trying to help his mother financially but could not due to his young age. Fender recalled: "That's when my rose-tinted glasses fell off." [10] He told Rolling Stone that it is "a letter to [his] 17 year old self", explaining: "17 is when all the challenges begin: you're not a baby, but you're definitely not an adult, I'm not even sure it'll happen at all for you, but growing up is for fools and the near dead, so stop being so serious all the time". [11] And The Winner Of The Hottest 100 Is..." Junkee. 22 January 2022. Archived from the original on 23 January 2022 . Retrieved 29 January 2022.Georgie Holland and Scott Colothan (2 October 2021). "Sam Fender's second album: Everything we know about 'Seventeen Going Under' ". Absolute Radio . Retrieved 25 November 2021. Armstrong, Sam (7 July 2021). "Sam Fender Details New Album 'Seventeen Going Under' ". Udiscovermusic . Retrieved 25 November 2021. Seventeen Going Under" is a song by English singer-songwriter Sam Fender. It was released on 7 July 2021 as the lead single from his second studio album of the same name. [2] The song was written by Fender, and produced by Bramwell Bronte. It was a sleeper hit, peaking at number three on the UK Singles Chart on 7 January 2022, becoming Fender's highest-charting career single to date. [3] The new full length album from the critically acclaimed North Shields singer-songwriter Sam Fender. Triple A Radio Future Releases". All Access. Archived from the original on 16 January 2022 . Retrieved 17 January 2022.

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