iTunes Festival Day 9 Preview: Sam Smith & Sohn’s set!

by Martin


Tonight fans of Sam Smith will be flocking to the Roundhouse in London to see the singer-songwriter take to the stage at the 2014 iTunes Festival.

So far at the month long festival we’ve seen the likes of Kasabian, Calvin Harris, David Guetta and 5 Seconds of Summer to name but a few perform not just for the London crowd, but also for fans watching online around the world.

The iTunes Festival has entered its second week and still has a number of artists on its massive line-up including Rudimental and Jessie J.

Tonight though the ‘Money On My Mind’ singer-songwriter will be showcasing some of the tunes from his recent album ‘In The Lonely Hour’.

Already Smith has had an incredible amount of success both here in the UK and across the pond in the US and that shows no signs of slowing down.

On Sunday the Official Charts Company confirmed that Smith’s debut album ‘In The Lonely Hour’ which first topped the chart back in June had returned to the number one spot again.

Clearly, several weeks after its release, the record is proving popular among his fans but he’s already been discussing a second release.


Speaking recently about being a control freak Sam confessed that he’s already decided on the title and artwork for his new album but also revealed that he’ll probably change that again.

Sam also confessed during the same interview that he finds it hard to sit back and enjoy his fame because he doesn’t want to suddenly be late with new material.

British singer-songwriter Sohn will be supporting Sam and opening tonight’s show.

Sohn released his debut album ‘Tremors’ on on the 7th of April 2014 with ‘Artifice’ being the first single lifted from it.

Other than being a singer-songwriter Sohn has also worked with a host of other artists including Lana Del Rey, Kwabs, BANKS and Rhye.

Check out the official music video from ‘Artifice’ by Sohn below and let us know, will you be watching the performance tonight on iTunes or will you be there in person?