Sam Ryder has invited his fans to take part in his new music video for new single 'Somebody'.
The Eurovision contestant, who finished second in this year's competition, has today released the single, which is his first since his breakout hit 'Space Man'.
The musician sent out an invite to his fans via email asking if they wanted to join him to perform the song for the video.
In an interview with the BBC, Ryder said he performed the song "50 times" with the fans that came down to film with him.
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The video will premiere later today (19 August) on Ryder's YouTube channel.
Ryder has been performing 'Somebody' across his various festival performances this summer and recently commented on the feedback he received about the song.
He wrote on Instagram: "This reaction to ‘Somebody’ over the festival season gets me every time 🤯💛🌞 Thank you to the fabulous legends who have sung their heads off with us, it’s been a year full of spectacular blessings and bonkers joy so THANK YA!"
Ryder initially rose to fame in May earlier this year when he was selected to be the UK's representative at the Eurovision Song Contest.
He ended up finishing second to the winners from Ukraine, becoming the best finishing British artist since 1998.
'Space Man' also became the highest charting Eurovision song since 1996 when it peaked at number two.
Since his Eurovision success, Ryder has performed at the Queen's Platinum Party at the Palace and at the British Grand Prix.
His debut album There's Nothing But Space, Man is set for release on 14 October and has been confirmed to feature collaborations with David Guetta, Sigala and Ukrainian rap group Kalush.
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