Sam Smith Performs “One Last Song” On ‘The Late Late Show With James Corden’
Sam Smith stopped by The Late Late Show With James Corden to perform “One Last Song,” the current single off his LP The Thrill Of It All. The 25-year-old pulled out all the stops for his performance of the doo-wop-inspired breakup anthem. Delivering impressive vocals and intimate staging, it was another predictably strong moment for the “Too Good At Goodbyes” crooner.
“Maybe one day I won’t sing about you. I’ll sing a song about someone new, but right here, right now, you are on my mind. And I think about you all the time,” he earnestly admits over twinkling keys on the opening lines. Showcasing his sweet upper register, Sam performed the track alongside a full band and with fans in the background. A collection of lamps offered some dramatic lighting and set the scene for him to open up about his heartbreak.
It has been a busy week for the hitmaker. Sunday (January 28), he took the stage at the Grammys for an evocative performance of “Pray.” With production from Timbaland, the soulful ballad was another standout on his album, and his set at the awards show garnered rave reviews. Both of the appearances offer a taste of what is to come when Sam hits the road for his The Thrill Of It All World Tour this March. Watch his latest performance up top!
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