Sam Smith To Sing James Bond Theme Song For Spectre

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With a new James Bond film Spectre entrance out on Nov 6th, there has been a ton of conjecture as to who would be singing a strain from a opening credits. Today Sony Pictures done a central announcement. 23rd year aged British thespian Sam Smith was a choice to sing a strain now patrician “Writing’s On The Wall”.

“This is one of a highlights of my career. we am respected to finally announce that we will be singing a subsequent Bond thesis song,” Smith pronounced in a statement. “I am so vehement to be a partial of this iconic British bequest and join an implausible line adult of some of my biggest low-pitched inspirations. we wish we all suffer a strain as many as we enjoyed creation it.”

Smith was one of a singers that fans had been guessing would sing a opening song, though he had been misdirecting fans for many of a year. In Jul he even went as distant to explain that he’d heard Ellie Goulding was going to sing a song. She was one of a favourites to do so, along with Radiohead’s Thom Yorke and Smith himself.  Smith even went as distant to explain that he was As “definitely not” going to be a singer.

Smith is a initial British masculine solo artist to sing a Bond thesis given 1965, when Tom Jones did it from Thunderball. The final solo masculine thespian to do it was Chris Cornell for 2006’s Casino Royale. Smith will have a tough time replicating a success of Adele’s Skyfall, that is deliberate a high-water symbol for a series, by winning mixed awards, including an Oscar, Grammy and Golden Globe.

“Writing’s on a Wall” will entrance for squeeze on Sept. 25.