The heart of Ché Sampson’s new album, Break Of Day, is made clear from the very first line that the South-West London artist utters. The project opens with a short, spoken-word passage, beginning with the juxtaposed words, “Joy comes in the morning/Though I may not sleep at night”.
Break Of Day is driven by a desire to normalise negative thoughts and anxieties that both believers and non-believers may be experiencing. On the album opener, Ché Sampson repeats the statement that joy is on its way - both as an encouragement to...
Ché Sampson's cover of The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir song 'Perfect Peace' is released Friday 25 Nov on all digital platforms. This single release is taken from Ché Sampson's debut album 'Break of Day', set for release early…