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Sam Fletcher debuts his a new single “On The Road”

South Coast NSW based solo artist Sam Fletcher has debuted his a new single “On The Road” in the last week with the song now available online via Spotify, iTunes and other streaming outlets.

 "On The Road" is a classic rock powerhouse with modern flair. Written while camped on the banks of the ancient Finke River, the song is a testimony to Sam’s adventure around Oz in a clapped-out caravan and failing car. With fresh indie vibes and a hint of Australiana you can almost feel the landscapes traveled to inspire this track.

Composed by Sam, the song features three main rhythm guitar parts played by Galen, Sam and Russell Fletcher, providing a driving harmonic canvas for Sam's story-telling vocals and wailing guitar solo. Kobi Briggs’ drumming keeps it steady while adding considerable elegance with his lively style; and Russell plays a bass line, fattening the sound to the max.

“On The Road” is available via Spotify and iTunes and many other online streaming outlets.

Sam Fletcher will be performing some shows local to the South Coast NSW over September to support the release of this new song. Last weekend saw him supporting Corey Legge's “Rose” Single Tour at Murrah Hall with two prime gigs coming up at the Nellijam Winter Breaker Festival and The Downward Dog Co Cafe.

Saturday 14th September NelliJam Winter Breaker Country Party Alongside Catherine Britt, Hurricane Fall, Chalkie White and more. The Steampacket Hotel Nelligen

Saturday 21st September Courtyard Sessions Chapter 32 supporting Pete Wild The Downward Dog Co Cafe Bodalla

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