Sam Smith has released a powerful and emotional music video to his comeback single 'Too Good at Goodbyes'.
The music video, his first in two years since releasing 'Writing's on the Wall' from James Bond's 2015 film Spectre, shows Sam singing alongside a grand piano, while scenes of other couples show them kissing, crying and essentially having their relationships break down in front of them.
In a recent interview with Elton John for Attitude magazine, the 25-year-old explained the emotional toll he went through while recording his upcoming album.
"I got dumped, which wasn’t very nice. Writing music about that kind of thing is normally like therapy for me, but when I got dumped this time 'round I just couldn’t write for about two months... My team had to force me to get into the studio, because I almost felt as if I didn’t want to do it any more. So, there were moments on there where it got a bit intense and I started to lose myself."