Sam Smith has announced their third studio album, Love Goes, alongside the release of their latest single, “Diamonds.”
The 28-year-old artist shared the news of the album, out Oct. 30, on their Instagram page Thursday.
“I’m extremely happy and overjoyed to announce my third album (I can’t believe I’m saying that) ‘Love Goes’,” Smith wrote. “This album marks a time of experimentation and self discovery in my life.”
They continued, “I wrote this from the age of 26-28 and it’s been one hell of a ride. I hope the people who listen to it enjoy it and love it like I have and do. You can pre-order now at samsmithworld.com”
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The Thursday release of Smith’s single “Diamonds” was accompanied by a music video featuring the singer freely dancing to the upbeat anthem.
In addition to “Diamonds,” Love Goes includes several of their previously released singles, including “Dancing With a Stranger,” “To Die For,” “I Feel Love,” “Promises,” “Fire on Fire” and the hit “How Do You Sleep?”
In March, Smith announced that the upcoming album would be delayed past its scheduled release date of May 1 and shared that the original name, To Die For, would be changed.