Sam Smith announced today the forthcoming release of his new single, "Too Good At Goodbyes," off his long-awaited second studio album.
While the new LP is as-yet-untitled, the first song will be released this Friday, September 8—news that spread via Spotify billboards throughout NYC.
The ambiguous black-and-white album art features a flower bouquet on top of a disheveled table, with petals falling to the floor. Paired with the song title, "Too Good at Goodbyes," Smith's comeback track seems to be something quite dramatic, perhaps in line with his career-defining "Stay With Me."
Smith's last album, In The Lonely Hour, which was also his debut record, won four Grammys, including Record and Song of the Year for "Stay With Me." He also won a (slightly controversial) Oscar for penning the James Bond Spectre theme song.