Sam Smith admits he's ''s****ing'' himself over the imminent release of his new James Bond soundtrack, 'The Writing's on the Wall'.
Sam Smith is ''s****ing'' himself over the release of his Bond song.
The Grammy and BRIT Award winner will unveil his eagerly anticipated anthem 'The Writing's on the Wall' today (25.09.15) - which will serve as the main soundtrack for new movie 'SPECTRE' - and he admits the pressure to meet the high standard of previous Bond themes is ''quite intense''.
He said: ''I'm sh****ing myself. With this song I don't care about it charting and things like that. I just care about doing the legacy proud.
''The pressure to deliver a Bond song that stands against all the rest feels quite intense.''
Sam says filmmaker Mendes even had a hand in writing the lyrics to ensure the famous spy didn't come across too vulnerable.
He explained to The Sun newspaper: ''I feel like my music can be very vulnerable and I wanted to have a touch of that with Bond and have him sounding more vulnerable than normal.
''With Bond songs you get to be as dramatic as you want. I got to get away with unbelievable string and brass sections -- I got to be a drama queen.
''Sam had a say in some of the lyrics I was writing and made sure Bond didn't sound weak, that he still sounded powerful.''
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