The buck stops here -- at least as far as going beyond a divorce is concerned.
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Oh Sam, we love you no matter what!
While we're eagerly awaiting Writing's On The Wall, the Bond theme Sam Smith co-wrote and performed for the upcoming flick Spectre, he's already talking about his next album!
The good news is, there's going to be a next album. The bad news is, you may not be getting it when you want.
The singer and song-writer revealed that he has started work on his follow-up to In The Lonely Hour, but doesn't have any plans for release yet.
"I'm writing when I want to. So when bad things happen in my life, I'm going into the studio and writing about them."
He went on to talk about his work, saying:
"I'm excited, but it's not going to be any time soon. I think people are going to get bored of me if I carry on. I'm just trying to make it the most honest work I've ever done."
Awww! Like we could EVER get bored of Sam!
At the same time though, we don't want the 23-year-old burning himself out.
Smith didn't stop there though as he revealed a little bit about his upcoming Bond song:
"I got called into the office with Barbara Broccoli and Sam Mendes and they gave me the script, I read the script… they said, 'Have a go at the song.' It's the quickest I've ever written a song – it took 20 minutes – and they loved it! I love the song so much."
We absolutely can not wait for Smith's new song to drop and whenever he feels like releasing that second album of his, we'll be ready to preorder!
You can check out a preview of Smith's Bond song (below) in a tweet he sent out letting people know when it'll drop!
What do you think? Will the single shot of Sam tide you over for his new album, or are you bummed it's going to be a while?
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