Sam Smith announces comeback single Love Me More

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Sam Smith is set to make their comeback next week credit:Bang Showbiz
Sam Smith is set to make their comeback next week credit:Bang Showbiz

Sam Smith will return with their new single, 'Love Me More’, next week.

The 29-year-old pop star is set to follow up 2020's 'Love Goes' LP and the festive track ‘The Lighthouse Keeper’ with the new ballad on April 28.

They tweeted: "Love Me More

28th April. 11pm BST/ 3pm PDT

Pre-save/ pre-add: http://samsmith.world/LoveMeMoreTW."

Last month, it was reported that they had been back in the studio working on a new studio album and "enjoying" creating what is said to be a "surprise" for fans.

A source told The Sun newspaper's Bizarre column: "Sam is back in the studio and is really enjoying the creative process again. Being in lockdown provided the time and space to try out new sounds and it will probably surprise fans."

The source went on to claim that the 'Stay With Me' hitmaker has been in Los Angeles recording and is planning to release the album later this year.

The insider added: "Sam has been in Los Angeles for weeks recording new songs so the project isn't finished yet but the plan is for the album to come out this year."

The source also added that while the singer-songwriter - famed for creating emotional lyrics - is sticking with the traditional style in some ways and will include some "classic ballads", the album is thought to take a new direction sonically.

The star is known for taking inspiration from personal circumstance to aid their songwriting and has had a series of short romances, including with furniture designer boyfriend Francois Rocci and now-close friend Jonathan Zeizel after they dated in 2014, but now prefers to keep schtum about private matters.

Speaking in 2015, Sam said: "I made a mistake by posting pictures of us on Instagram and making it seem more serious than it was. I’ve learned that I need to hold off before I start getting the public involved.”

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