Lauren Spencer Smith is a generational talent and has earned praise for her versatility, from both her powerhouse vocals to her detailed songwriting. Now, she shares a sparkling, stunning Christmas single. ‘Single On The 25th’ is for anyone who has experienced feelings of loneliness during the holiday season. She sings “Maybe it’s the time of year, and how it brings up what I fear/I’m by myself, wishing I had someone else/Wish the day would go away, so I’d never have to face what date it is/’Cause I hate being single on the 25th.” The song’s moody tone pairs perfectly with Lauren’s angelic vocals. Listen HERE.

Lauren performed the single live to a sold out audience at her biggest headline show to date at London’s Heaven last week with The Guardian saying “the majority of the British-born singer’s songs are greeted like greatest hits” in their 4* review, and Evening Standard saying “Spencer Smith is pure Gen Z pop, yet her candour and the emotional resonance of her voice carry far beyond that” and “every song was rendered with a full tone and perfect pitch” in their 4* review.


Lauren Spencer Smith will let you know what’s on her mind. When she steps up to the microphone, the Vancouver Island singer and songwriter shares the kinds of stories typically only traded by best friends long after the sun goes down. Her unfiltered feelings resonate just as loudly as her stunning vocals do, tracing life’s ups, downs, and everything in between with sharp lyrics and even sharper melodies. Balancing a job, school, and teaching herself piano and guitar, she prolifically posted videos to social media. One day, she sang Lady Gaga’s “Always Remember Us This Way” from A Star Is Born in her dad’s truck. The ensuing impromptu clip (filmed by her father) exploded with tens of millions of views on Facebook. American Idol invited her to appear on the 2020 season and she placed in the Top 20.

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