Concerts are slowly coming back in the traditional way. Patience, you can watch some incredible documentaries and gigs these days on Netflix. Kings and queens of pop are all plastered over the platform and we are so happy to see Sam Smith performing on it. They made Love Goes: Live at Abbey Road available to stream worldwide. We can’t be more excited to see the British pop singer crooning their best success alongside some special renditions of classic tunes!
From The Comfort Of Your Home!
Did you like that beautiful and heavenly Coldplay’s ‘Fix You’ cover by Sam Smith? They got more for you! Following the footsteps of Shawn Mendes’ In Wonder, Ariana Grande’s Excuse Me I Love You, Taylor Swift’s Reputation Stadium Tour, and, obviously, the return of This Is Us by One Direction on the platform, Sam Smith took over for a stunning performance at the mythic Abbey Road Studios. Binge-watching our favs during a whole weekend? Sign us up!
Shine Like ‘Diamonds’
The voice of Sam Smith is one of a kind. It shines, full of soul and even during heartbreaks, it can relieve us from the pain. Love Goes, their third album is such a gem. Top 5 on the Billboard and the UK album chart upon its release, the record still has the proper ballad sound we are used to. Though, we discover a new Sam Smith with infectious electro beats on ‘Dance (‘Til You Love Someone Else),’ the powerful ‘Fire On Fire,’ or the amazing pure groove radio hit ‘Diamonds.’ Watch their electrifying performance at MTV EMA Music Awards last year.
A Thunderstruck Setlist
Scroll down if you don’t wanna get too many spoilers! Sam Smith Love Goes: Live At Abbey Road audio was released last March and you can grab it here! To celebrate their 30 million sales milestone, the visuals from that session are now up on the popular Netflix streaming app. The fans will definitely have little tears and little smiles watching Sam Smith’s greatest hits as ‘Stay With Me,’ ‘Too Good At Goodbyes,’ the soulful collab with Normani, and the power dance club team up with Calvin Harris ‘Promises.’ As a bonus, they gave us a magical rendition of Cindy Lauper’s ‘Time After Time.’ Who’s coming to cry with us?
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