Is Sam Smith Having A Break In His Career? ‘It Is Important That I Go Away For A Few Months’, He Revealed In An Interview
As huge music artists like Sam Smith reached the certain point of success in their life, it is just normal they consider ongoing for a break whatever their reasons could be. But is he really going on a hiatus and if so, for how long until fans see him again? Read on for more details.
According to UnrealityTV, the Grammy award winner is preparing for the re-release of his “In The Lonely Hour” album on November. This will offer one new single and some covers.
Since it became on sale last 2014, Smith’s first album became a massive hit even in the international scene. The re-release is for the recognition of the success it has achieved. At the same time, this is a treat for his fans while they wait for the next album of the singer-songwriter.
The second album is under the works and there are not confirmed reports yet as to its release date. In an interview with The Sun, He revealed that he won’t be going away for a long period of time. He dismissed the speculation that he’s not doing any album for a while.
“I’m already writing my album. I’ve got the title and I’ve got two songs I’m absolutely in love with. I’m a songwriter and an artist and I think and breathe my second record every day of my life, Smith told The Sun as reported by Unreality TV.
Since the re-release of the first album will be on November, he believes that the second album shouldn’t come too soon after it. He explained, “It is important that I go away for a few months. People will get sick of me. Even I’ll get sick of me.”
With this busy schedule of his career, does he still have time for the matters of his heart? In the report from Capital FM, Smith said that he is single and he isn’t hurrying up until he meets the right guy. He admits he is still getting used to a routine in his life.
The next album release of Sam Smith could break records and become a hit, once again. He can soar to a new mark in his career.
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