Queer icons Kim Petras and Sam Smith both released sad bangers for Valentine’s Day and we’re here for it
Queer icons Kim Petras and Sam Smith both released anti-Valentine’s Day sad bangers, and we are here for it.
Pop princess Petras has perfected the art of sad bangers, but her new track ‘Reminds Me’ tops them all.
The german singer premiered the song live in Amsterdam last month, but says it’s so sad that she can’t watch it back.
“Every time you think of a past relationship, listen to this and hang out with me instead.”
Does Kim Petras own Valentines Day and Halloween? We stan. woo-ah.
— Corey (@CoreyCockrum) February 15, 2020
Going to a Kim Petras themed Valentines party at the club tonight in my hometown! Everything has come full circle and I’m here for it! Woo-ah! pic.twitter.com/ScZk0gp2VJ
— ⭑ michael ⭑ (@michaelhierl) February 15, 2020
Meanwhile, British singer Sam Smith upped the stakes by releasing a track – with accompanying music video – of their own for Valentine’s Day.
Smith said that new single ‘To Die For’ is for “all the lonely hearts out there”.
After announcing on Thursday (February 13) that their new album, also called ‘To Die For’, will be released in May, the popstar marked Valentine’s Day by releasing a song all about waiting to meet The One.
The soaring ballad, with a sad and beautiful video, stars Smith as a lonely mannequin head in a shop window, stuck watching as the world, and many happy couples, stroll by.
to die for by sam smith is sucha sad song that im ACTUALLY in tears
— sza (@ayeitsnas) February 15, 2020
— Reb Rayoso (@REBullition12) February 15, 2020
In an interview, Smith said that they think Valentine’s Day is “offensive” and not romantic at all, after spending every single one single.
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During a chat on Capital Breakfast with Roman Kemp, Sam Smith admitted they wanted to “destroy” Valentine’s Day.
They said: “It’s my twenty seventh year of being single on Valentine’s Day. I’m over it. It’s offensive. Yeah I’m sad today. Today’s a sad day. It’s more like a funeral.”
Over on Heart Breakfast with Jamie and Amanda, Sam added: “Look I don’t want to be a Debbie downer but this isn’t my favourite day. I’m quite anti-Valentine’s day.”
The 27-year-old added that Valentine’s Day was started by Clintons, a greetings-card company where they used to work.