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“Too Good at Goodbyes” Tops National Charts

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Moving up to the thirteenth spot on the Billboard’s top 100 chart in the United States, Sam Smith’s new single “Too Good at Goodbyes” has gotten up to 105 million views.

“Too Good at Goodbyes” is a slow song with a gospel feel. Smith includes, a choir that comes in during the chorus. The lyrics blends in with the feel of the melody, creating a peaceful vibe. His choice of words seems relatable in many different ways. His vocal range is showed in this song, as well as it shows how much emotion is put into when he writes.

After his break from music, Sam was left in a pit of depression due to all the hate he received for being an openly gay singer. With his new album he was able to channel all of his emotions into his music. Fans can only hope that he will not leave music a second time. All of Sam’s songs are relatable in many ways, and the spread of his music tends to help people through hard times. Being the first song Smith has written in two years, people were eager to hear the release.

The new album The Thrill of it All  includes “Too Good at Goodbyes” as well as nine other tracks.If the album is preordered, then a second track “Pray” will be available along with “Too Good at Goodbyes.” The album cover features a close up photo of Sam’s face in black and white.

A tour will follow the album release, with the first date set for June 18, 2018 of the following year. It will start off in Canada, and work its way down into the United States. There are already four sold out dates during the “Thrill of it All” tour.


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