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Sam Smith has performed his new Bond theme live for once.

Smith sang the theme song ‘Writing’s On The Wall‘ achievable Bond film Spectre. He performed it go on the Graham Norton Show on Friday night (October 23). Watch footage beneath.

Spectre will be released inside UK and Ireland on Monday (October 26). It will then open in cinemas internationally on various later dates, which consists of US release scheduled for November 6.

We spoke to Smith for that exclusive cover feature with this week’s magazine (available free inside UK now).

On the main topics Bond, Smith admitted he did not know the franchise too well initially but this time wants the actor who plays James Bond alongside be like Roger Moore or Sean Connery.

“[Daniel Craig] was my favourite initially, because I’m 23 yrs old. I hadn’t seen each of the old movies, and I loved how modern his tackle Bond was. But when I went back and watched all of them, I realised that it’s Connery and Moore who I love essentially the most,” he stated.

“I love how classy and clean-cut they may be. I think I’d much like the next Bond being more of going back to that.”

Read the whole interview here and pay attention to the brand-new photoshoot inside the all-new free NME, available nationwide now.

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