Sam Smith feels it all in their third live album

Recorded at the historic Abbey Road Studios, this album is full of soul, nostalgia, and longing.


After the release of their third studio album and a sweetly executed livestream concert back in October of last year, Sam Smith released Love Goes: Live At Abbey Road Studios. To commemorate their only live performance of 2020, the album — available on streaming services now — includes 12 tracks that will make you want to groove and cry. A 13th track, “Young,” is available exclusively on the physical version of the album.

“We’re gonna turn Abbey Road into a gay bar right now,” Sam says before performing their upbeat Calvin Harris collaboration, “Promises.”

With new twists on songs we love like “Dancing With a Stranger” and “Diamonds,” Sam proves they can give the audience something fresh every time. On “My Oasis,” the singer was accompanied by actress Jade Anouka, who wrote and recited a poem specifically for the show. The title track “Love Goes” was triumphantly performed alongside Labrinth and led to the final song, “Stay With Me.”

Sam also performed a cover of Cyndi Lauper’s ’80s hit, “Time After Time.” It’s a soulful rendition that also highlights the band’s contributions to the record and show. The song fits right into the tracklist with its themes of nostalgia and longing.

Listen to Love Goes: Live At Abbey Road Studios here.

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