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Sam Smith Announces Two London Shows At Royal Albert Hall For October

Tuesday, 20 September 2022 Written by Jon Stickler

Sam Smith has announced two huge London shows for October.

Ahead of the release of their Unholy collaborative single with Kim Petras on September 22, the singer-songwriter has scheduled two performances at the iconic Royal Albert Hall on October 21 and 22. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on September 23.

The new track serves as the lead single from Smith's forthcoming fourth studio album, the follow-up to 2020's 'Love Goes'. Back in April, they returned with the track Love Me More, their first new music since 2020. Smith said:

"Unholy was made in Jamaica and was one of the most glorious creative moments I’ve ever had as an artist. I’ve never had so much fun making a record. It was so cathartic and freeing to experiment like this and throw out the rule book. It has also been an honour to work with Kim Petras and get to witness her brilliance. This song is about liberating oneself from the clutches of others’ secrets…"

Sam Smith Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri October 21 2022 - LONDON Royal Albert Hall
Sat October 22 2022 - LONDON Royal Albert Hall

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