Sam Smith Announces New Album ‘The Thrill Of It All’ / Releases New Song ‘Pray’ / Reveals Tracklist & Tour Dates

Published: Friday 6th Oct 2017 by Sam

It’s Sam Smith season!

The British star- turned worldwide wonder has officially announced new album ‘The Thrill Of It All,’ which hits stores on November 3rd.

Beyond revealing the title, date, and cover (above), the 25-year-old seized the moment to unveil the set’s tracklist and North American tour dates.

On top of this, he premiered new song ‘Pray’ – which was produced by Timbaland. The hitmaker is joined the likes of Stargate and Jimmy Napes as a contributor on the LP.

So what are you waiting for? A whole lot of Sam Smith awaits after the jump…

A bop!

The Thrill Of It All Tracklisting

Too Good At Goodbyes
Say It First
One Last Song
Midnight Train
Baby, You Make Me Crazy
No Peace (feat. YEBBA)

Deluxe Edition (Also Includes):

Nothing Left For You
The Thrill Of It All
One Day At A Time

The Thrill Of It All Tour – 2018 North American Dates
6/18       Toronto, ON                          Air Canada Centre
6/19       Montreal, QC                       Bell Centre
6/22       Detroit, MI                             Little Caesars Arena
6/23       Columbus, OH                     Nationwide Arena
6/26       Boston, MA                            TD Garden
6/27       Brooklyn, NY                         Barclays Center
6/29       New York, NY                        Madison Square Garden
7/3          Washington, DC                                   Capital One Arena
7/4          Philadelphia, PA                Wells Fargo Center
7/6          Charlotte, NC                       Spectrum Center
7/7          Nashville, TN                        Bridgestone Arena
7/10       Duluth, GA                             Infinite Energy Center
7/11       Orlando, FL                            Amway Center
7/13       Tampa, FL                               Amalie Arena
7/14       Miami, FL                                AmericanAirlines Arena
7/17       New Orleans, LA                Smoothie King Center
7/18       Houston, TX                          Toyota Center
7/20       Dallas, TX                               American Airlines Center
7/21       Austin, TX                               Frank Erwin Center
7/25       Monterrey, MEX                 Arena Monterrey
7/27       Mexico City, MEX               Palacio de los Deportes
8/14       Saint Paul, MN                    Xcel Energy Center
8/15       Chicago, IL                             United Center
8/17       St. Louis, MO                        Chaifetz Arena
8/18       Kansas City, MO                 Sprint Center
8/21       Denver, CO                            Pepsi Center
8/22       Salt Lake City, UT               Vivint Smart Home Arena
8/24       Sacramento, CA                                   Golden 1 Center
8/28       Los Angeles, CA                                    STAPLES Center
8/29       Los Angeles, CA                                    STAPLES Center
8/31       Glendale, AZ                         Gila River Arena
9/1          San Diego, CA                       Valley View Casino Center
9/4          Oakland, CA                          Oracle Arena
9/5          San Jose, CA                          SAP Center
9/7          Portland, OR                         Moda Center
9/8          Seattle, WA                           KeyArena
9/10       Vancouver, BC                     Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena
9/12       Edmonton, AB                      Rogers Place
9/13       Calgary, AB                            Scotiabank Saddledome

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  1. NT October 6, 2017

    I’ll definitely get his album but he has that Adele affect on me , I really like there music but they’re not my idea of a good concert.

    • ShaeDiddy October 6, 2017

      I was thinking the same thing. I’ve never seen him in concert but I can imagine him just like…….standing there for two hours.

      • Francis October 6, 2017

        I saw Adele live, it’s completely different from a Bey or Rih concert, but I loved it: vocals for days, a great band and a huge personality, she’s really funny and carefree.

    • Electrikblue October 6, 2017

      Yea actually Adele interacted with the crowd a lot in between songs it was a great concert.

  2. J October 6, 2017

    Yebba being the only feature, yaaaas to her!

  3. Meteorite October 6, 2017

    I think I’ll pass on this album

  4. ? + ✈ = ? October 6, 2017

    He needs to get his eyebrows threaded

  5. Music lover October 6, 2017

    He looks so sick lately,but I could be wrong…I’ll definatly be checking for this album,loved his previous album.

    • Bam October 6, 2017

      Cause he’s lost lots of weight but added no muscle definition.

  6. DanYiel Iman October 6, 2017

    I liked a couple singles… ?

  7. AmbeRussell October 6, 2017

    Strange… The title track is left off the standard edition. And he has a 30+ date tour scheduled before even knowing how the public will react to the music?! I wouldn’t have released the tour before knowing how well the album sells. If it is high figures, he can add more dates or something. If it is low, then it will look bad to cancel dates or to have Soo many dates for an album that didn’t go gold.

    • Electrikblue October 6, 2017

      He’s hitting spots he hit last time which were sold out. I think fans who didn’t get to see him last time and new fans will go to his shows regardless of the album hits gold.

  8. ugo October 7, 2017

    I wish my boy all the success in the world,this pray track sets my soul on fire! Those chords! Lawd! The lyrics! I cried,and cried some more. I love the honesty,something greatly lacking in much of what’s out there.

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