AceShowbiz - Two months after releasing music video for "Too Good at Goodbyes", Sam Smith has unveiled music video for heartbreak track "One Last Song". The music video, which was directed by Joe Connor, finds the British singer wandering around a theater in his hometown, London.
The vintage visuals opens with Smith, clad in a dapper velvet suit, performing on stage along with some backup dancers before taking off to walk around the theater while crooning the tune. "When it was good, it was bittersweet, honey/ You made me sad 'til loved the shade of blue," he sings. "I know you don't want to talk to me, so this is what I will do/ Maybe you're listening, so here's one last song for you."
"One Last Song" is one of the tracks off Smith's latest album "The Thrill of it All", which was released on November 3. The effort debuted atop Billboard 200 with 237,000 units. Talking about the set, Smith revealed that the album didn't sound as pretty as his debut album, "In the Lonely Hour", as he wanted it "to be more gritty, sound older and a bit more uncomfortable."
Smith also compared the album to the time when someone drinks a whiskey while thinking about life. "The new album is a whiskey by yourself in a dark room, at night, thinking about life," he remarked. "I went into a deep place, I don't think I'm going to go into that place ever again, because it got a bit too deep."
In support of the sophomore effort, Smith is set to embark on North American tour in 2018. The tour will kick off on June 18 at Air Canada Centre in Toronto and wrap up on September 13 at Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary. Fans who purchase the tickets online will get a free copy of "The Thrill of it All".