Sam Smith will publish on October 30 his third studio album, which should have been released last spring with the title of To Die For and that, because of the ravages of the Covid-19 pandemic around the world, will finally bear the name Love Goes.
The announcement, made this Friday by his record company, has coincided with the release of a new track taken from his next album, Diamonds, which tells “a challenging love story lived without regrets” and features a video clip directed by Luke Monaghan, co-creator of the iconic How Do You Sleep.
Between the collaborators who have helped shape Love Goes They include Steve Mac (Ed Sheeran, Celine Dion), Shellback / MXM (Robyn, P! nk, Britney Spears) and singer-songwriter / producer Labrinth on the song will name the album. The roster of authors also includes the Stargate team and Disclosure member Guy Lawrence.
— samsmith (@samsmith) September 18, 2020
“The last two years have been the most experimental time of my life, both personally and musically. Every time I went to the studio, I made a promise to myself: that would have no limitations. The result has been magical, therapeutic and fun, “said the British singer and songwriter about what will be his third LP.
Universal Music has revealed the names of the songs that will make up the album: Young, Diamonds, Another One, My Oasis (with the participation of Burna Boy), So Serious, Dance (Til You Love Someone Else), For The Lover That I Lost, Breaking Hearts, Forgive Myself, la citada Love Goes with Labrinth) and Kids Again.
Not only do we have a stunning new @samsmith single today, we also have news of their third album! Love Goes will be out 30th October, pre-order here: https://t.co/N0S6sKjPfM ✨ pic.twitter.com/9aEQ03HrBH
— Universal Music UK (@UMusicuk) September 18, 2020
Also, among the extra themes singles released in the previous months that have already become hits will be included from the British, see Dancing With A Stranger with Normani, How Do You Sleep?, I’m Ready with Demi Lovato o Promises with producer and DJ Calvin Harris.
Smith (Londres, 1992) debutedin the record industryin 2014 with his disk In The Lonely Hour, than took himto number 1 in the UKand it brought him four Grammy Awards: Best Pop Vocal Album, Best New Artist, Record of the Year, and Song of the Year.
They are not the only accolades reaped, since their song Writings On The Wall, of the soundtrack of the James Bond saga movie Spectre (2015) won a Golden Globe and a Hollywood Oscar to the best musical theme, before the publication of his second album, The Thrill Of It All (2017).