Sam Smith wrote “Fire On Fire” with Steve Mac and recorded it with the BBC Concert Orchestra at London’s Abbey Road Studios in September.
“This story is so powerful and timeless, and it has been thrilling to work with director Noam Murro and his team and the incredible Steve Mac on this song for it,” Smith says.” I hope everyone loves it as much as I do.”
Watership Down, an adaptation of Richard Adams’ novel from the BBC, will premiere on Netflix on Sunday.
In the very beginning I wasn’t a fan of his music as well but gradually I started to appreciate his talent and sincerity running right in his music, i’d still admit his music might sound a bit boring at times but as a whole he’s a genuine artist with bucketloads of raw talent.Noahh wrote:I'm not a big fan of him, but I must say that this song is absolutely gorgeous.
He‘s releasing a single with Normani next Friday, so i doubt they push this as well...spiritboy wrote:I hope they'll make this a proper single with radio adds and etc.
I can now safely call his best ever. Its so moving, sincere and utterly heartfelt. I wished this has been given a fair chance to be heard by a wider audience.king_oxymoron wrote:This song is just totally stunning.