Sam Smith is going full disco.

On Friday, the singer release his new single, a re-imagining of the 1977 Donna Summer classic “I Feel Love”, produced by Disclosure’s Guy Lawrence.

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Smith also appeared on “New Music Daily” on Beats 1 to talk with Zane Lowe about the new record.

“It’s a mad cover. I just didn’t think it was going to work, and then we did it, and yeah, I’m really happy with it,” Smith said of the single.” It was a team decision. I mean, obviously I’ve wasted years and years at Horse Meat Disco in Vauxhall, and this song is the anthem of queer life for me, to be quite honest.”

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The singer also talked about what’s in store for 2020 and his highly anticipated third album.

“When it comes to the writing I’m doing, I feel like there is no restrictions anymore,” he said. “And I think with my second record, I still love it very much. But, I did feel very … I felt the weight from the first records though, when I felt this incredible pressure to deliver something to people. But now, the only pressure is the pressure I’m putting on myself for me and what I love and what I want to do because I realize that’s what people love.”