Sam Smith called in to chat about his new single, "Too Good At Goodbyes." This is the first track he's released since 2015's "Writing's On The Wall" for Spectre.
But it doesn't matter that Sam has four Grammys under his belt from debut album In The Lonely Hour, the 25-year-old Brit still gets incredibly nervous releasing new music!
"For me, I have never poured my heart or soul into something as much as I have this record. It's truly the most personal thing I have ever written in my life."
Sam gave us a few insider details about his sophomore album, expected out before Christmas. In The Lonely Hour was about heartbreak with one guy, this album is more about his life experiences.
"I just feel like you learn more about me from listening to this record. I put myself on the line more with my views about certain things. There are some songs about my relationships. There's also some stories on there from people that I love and are very close to me. I just feel it's a more revealing record for sure and I've been more honest," he told us about the untitled project.
When Elvis Duran asked about the most nervous he's been in his entire career, Sam didn't blink before naming the 2016 Academy Awards when he performed "Writing On The Wall" from the Spectre film soundtrack. He was so scared that he pretended to be Beyonce to get through the performance. After all, 34+ million people were watching!
Check out "Too Good At Goodbyes" below: