British singer-songwriter Sam Smith was recently nominated in six categories at the 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards which will take place in February.
The superstar, who performed on the X Factor final last night has had an insane amount of success with his debut release ‘In The Lonely Hour’ which still features in the UK Top 10.
‘In The Lonely Hour’ was released in the UK back in May and since then has consistently been placed high on the Official Albums Chart.
The record, which brought us the singles ‘Stay With Me’ and ‘I’m Not The Only One’ has also given Smith huge success across the pond in the United States.
However, Sam has revealed that he’s already hard at work on his second album – but won’t reveal any details about its title just yet.
Sam explained: “I’ve already come up with the title, the concept, the artwork, everything. I’m already recording really rough demos on the road.”
Following the success of his debut release, it appears that Sam Smith is in high demand and he explained that he’s not really had a chance to rest up.
The ‘Money On My Mind’ superstar explained: “I believe if you’re a creative person you won’t be able to stop creating. I can’t stop writing.”
Whenever Sam releases his next album, fans might be disappointed to learn that the theme of the album is set to be different to his debut release.
Smith confessed: “The reason I’m happy is because something clicked about four weeks ago.” he explained. “I wrote a song.”
“It’s about my family and something that happened in my life as a kid which has really scarred me as a person.
Sam continued to explain that “It was the most honest record I’ve written in my whole life. It’s all just clicked.” What do you think? Will you be glad of a change in the new album?