Sam Smith Shares New Song ‘The Lighthouse Keeper’

Following the release of their new album Love Goes, Sam Smith has shared a new Christmas song called ‘The Lighthouse Keeper’. The track was written with and produced by Labrinth and arrives with an accompanying animated video conceptualised and directed by Smith. Listen to it below, and watch the video on Smith’s Facebook page.

“If any year could make me look forward to the sounds of Christmas, it would be 2020 as more than ever before we are yearning to be around our friends and family once again,” Smith said in a statement. “Christmas symbolises that for me and earlier this year I was inspired to write a Christmas love song. Labrinth and I poured our hearts into this one and it has honestly been pure joy to create and make.”

Labirinth and Sam Smith also collaborated on the title track from Love Goes, which arrived in late October. Read our review of the album here.

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