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Sam Smith’s ‘… Lonely Hour’ 10th Anniversary

Included in the 10th anniversary edition of their debut album ‘In The Lonely Hour,’ Sam Smith will release a new song.

Come August 2, the acclaimed 2014 LP will include all ten of the album’s original songs, including the hits ‘Stay With Me’ and ‘I’m Not the Only One’, plus an exclusive new track titled ‘Little Sailor’.

In all, 25 songs will be included in ‘The Collector’s Edition 4’ full length and the ‘Standard Double’ CD and will also include live versions of the LP’s original tracks.

Along with the forthcoming album, Smith revealed ‘The Pink House’ and ‘The Pink House Podcast’, a new charitable foundation and podcast dubbed respectively. 

Inspired by the house Sam grew up in, the organization will provide support to members of the LGBTQ+ community, while the podcast will feature cameo appearance by Elliot Page, Laverne Cox and Gloria Estefan, who will address their experience of acceptance and found families.

About his philanthropic endeavor, the now 32-yearold superstar singer/songwriter said: “I’m so delighted to announce that the first activation of my soon to be launched charitable foundation, ‘The Pink House’ is ‘The Pink House Podcast’.” “This year I have been sitting down and recording interviews with truly inspirational leaders, guardians of their craft and revolutionary voices.” “These conversations have been truly wonderful, and they all enrich and inform our collective mission with ‘The Pink House’, which is to use knowledge and lived experience to support, and to protect, the lives of our beautiful community of queer/LGBTQIA+ people.”

Effective today (6.13,) the first two episodes of ‘The Pink House Podcast’ will be available on all major platforms and will release new episodes on a weekly basis.

Smith is currently traveling the world as part of their ‘GLORIA’ tour and will also be performing at some of Europe’s biggest festivals and events, such as the ‘BBC Proms’.

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Author: Saul Goode

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