Sam Fischer shares ‘Hard to Love’

Fischer’s debut album is available on December 1st

Sam Fischer shares his new single “Hard To Love,” taken from his forthcoming album I Love You, Please Don’t Hate Me out on Friday, December 1st via Sony Music UK/RCA Records. Bringing Sam’s emotional style of writing to the forefront, the tender ballad looks deep into Sam’s psyche as confessional lyrics pair with beautiful piano lines to create a track that’s reflective, yet hopeful.

“Inspired by my own BS and in the most human way possible, ‘Hard To Love’ is a song simply about being hard to love,” Fischer shares of the track.

The song will be followed by his debut album I Love You, Please Don’t Hate Me, with forthcoming live shows in Los Angeles at Winston House on December 7th and in New York at Baby’s All Right on December 12th.

Sam is an Australian-born singer-songwriter with more than a billion streams to his name. His debut single “This City” currently stands at over 750 million worldwide streams and four million worldwide sales and stayed in the UK Top 20 for 11 weeks. His duet with Demi Lovato on “What Other People Say” has also sold over one million copies.

More recently, Fischer teamed with Meghan Trainor for their hit track “Alright,” which surpassed 1.5 million worldwide streams within its first week of release in June, he also paired this with a series of intimate live shows across the UK and Europe as part of his Something To Hold Onto Tour, which saw Sam go back to his acoustic roots.

Buddy Iahn
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