'Love Goes' by Sam Smith singer says it's weird and wonderful releasing his new album amid pandemics. Sam Smith on his latest music album "Love Goes" quoted, "So it's been good for me to have a break," they said. The singer released "Love Goes" last week and even commented that it has been a "very weird" experience releasing an album during a pandemic but said, "It's been wonderful all the same."Love Goes addresses heartbreak, difficult memories, and cruelty around the world.
Singer Sam Smith opens up about the struggles of lockdown and how his shows affected the time spent with family. This year he had spent all of his time with his family and focusses on his songwriting. At the start, Sam Smith shares a photo on his Instagram account describing his "stages of a quarantine meltdown".
Well, it was criticized by many certain groups of people that he is been privileged and didn't face any kind of issues in lockdown however being at home for a longer period of time was a big adjustment for this English singer as he spent most of his time traveling and performing all across the world.
Smith’s Love Goes is a well-timed album about the changes and the cruelty of the world around them. Smith initially planned for the album to be named To Die For but changed the title after taking considering the global pandemic.
In an Interview," "Yeah, I found it hard, I've been traveling for eight years and I hadn't been in my house for more than three weeks in eight years," Even the celebs were affected due to the pandemics and they had to adjust themselves in the lockdown pandemics.
The 28-year-old also revealed how they became increasingly anxious towards the end of 2019 as they are often uncomfortable performing in front of so many people on-stage. Sam Smith has always been in the buzz for his relationships, songs, and his songwriting.