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Lauren Spencer Smith releases new single

Lauren is currently in the studio working on her debut album.

Lauren Spencer-Smith, the generational talent whose vocal and musical versatility has poised her to be the breakout star of 2022, releases her brand new single + video ‘Narcissist’ via Island Records and Republic Records.

A gorgeous pop ballad with Lauren’s writing and vocals on full display, ‘Narcissist’ was produced by Greg Kurstin (Adele, Beck, more.)  The song levels-up Lauren’s already proven ability to write hyper-specific yet universally relatable stories about love and life. Lauren is set to perform the single on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on August 8th.



‘Narcissist’ builds on the worldwide momentum stirred up by ‘Fingers Crossed’ and ‘Flowers’, Lauren’s first two releases this year.  ‘Fingers Crossed’, her breakout single hit #1 on the Apple Music Global Chart, #1 on Spotify’s UK and Canada Charts, #2 on the US Spotify Chart, and Top 10 on the Global Spotify Chart. ‘Flowers’ earned Lauren her second UK Top 20 single and the highest new entry in its debut week on Spotify US & Global Charts, and debuted at #1 on iTunes.

‘Narcissist’ arrives on the heels of last week’s announcement of Lauren’s first major headlin­ing tour across North America, following on from her headline show in London last month to an adoring sold out crowd at Lafayette, and a stellar show to 80,000 people alongside Harry Styles, Ed Sheeran and more at London’s Wembley Stadium for Capital’s Summertime Ball.

Lauren is currently in the studio working on her debut album.

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.