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Song Of The Week #2 – The Sam Willows

Each week, the Music vertical spotlights one song – new or #throwback, local or international, and across various genres. Check back every Monday for our curated pick of the week, and drop us an email at [email protected] if you’re a local artist with a new track that you’ll like us to hear! 

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The Sam Willows – “For Love

Following the massive success of the local quartet’s lead single “Take Heart“, The Sam Willows are back with the second single off their upcoming self-titled debut album (that’s a lot of adjectives). “For Love” is a pop/folktronica song that’s right at home with the Willows’ signature sound – the style that their fans have come to love them for.

Here’s a fun fact: “For Love” isn’t exactly a “new” song, having first appeared on The Sam Willows’ YouTube channel back in November 2013, and again in April 2014. Both videos revealed that the recordings were acoustic sets performed “live”, which is great news because now we have a great song offered in three varying degrees of production. Do you prefer “For Love 2013”, “For Love 2014”, or “For Love 2015”?

Triple No.1’s on iTunes today (Song, Album, Music Video). We can’t thank you enough.#TSWforlove#TSWtakeheart#TheSamWillows

Posted by The Sam Willows on Saturday, September 26, 2015

 

With the highly-anticipated album expected to drop on 30 October 2015, Singapore’s most popular band is at the very top of their game – as evidenced by their chart-topping hat trick. Question is: can you wait an entire month for love?

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Pre-order the album “The Sam Willows” on iTunes here.

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Jovi Ho

I'm passionate about pop music (trashy/regular), anything with an artistic slant, and garlicky chicken rice chilli. I also bake for sanity's sake.

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