Sam Smith records the original song for "Watership Down" | Showroom



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Sam Smith attended the fashion show Yves Saint Laurent in Los Angeles on February 10, 2016. - AFP pic
Sam Smith attended the fashion show Yves Saint Laurent in Los Angeles on February 10, 2016. – AFP pic

LOS ANGELES, November 6 – British singer Sam Smith contributed to the song on the BBC Water down mini-series that will be on the world route via Netflix.

BBC One yesterday announced yesterday that the upcoming adaptation will feature an original song written and recorded by Smith, who inspired the classic novel by Richard Adams to write a song.

Called Fire on fire, the song was shot with Steve Mac and Smith by the BBC Concert Orchestra in London's Abbey Road Studios in September.

Water down is made so that it has a great and interesting voice that includes James McAvoy, Nicholas Hoult, John Boyega, Gemma Arterton, Olivia Colman, Daniel Kaluuya, Rosamund Pike, Ben Kingsley and many more.

In South England, located in the countryside, Adams's novel's novel follows a group of rabbits as they escape from the invasion of man and a certain destruction of their home.

The Water down The mini-series will be shown on BBC One as Christmas episodes that will go to the world outside of the United Kingdom on Netflix. – AFP-Relaxnews

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