Sam Smith releases his first music in over two years
Two years since his last musical release, Sam Smith is back.
Smith was at the height of his creative powers when he released Writing’s on the Wall in 2015 for the James Bond film Spectre, which won him a Golden Globe and Academy Award for his efforts.
But, if you were worried you forgot what he sounded like during that break, stress no more because he’s back with another dreary Adele-lite ballad that sounds no different to any of his earlier releases.
Smith has re-teamed with his usual collaborator Jimmy Napes, and revisited his usual break-up subject matter for Too Good At Goodbyes.
Speaking about the song, Sam divulged:
“This song is — I’ll be very open about it — it’s about a relationship I was in in 2016. I basically got dumped about three times. And on the third time that everything ended, I had got so good at walking out the door that I kind of knew what to do, and I had a tick box in front of me of all the things I would do to get over this person.”
With a new album surely to be announced sooner than later, Sam seems ready to give his fans a decent reward for their patience during his time away.
“Thank you for being so patient and for letting me have the past year to really escape into my mind and write music so freely,” he said.
“I have missed you all desperately and a day hasn’t gone by when I haven’t been looking at all your comments and dreaming of singing with you all again.”