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Moving Choreography Set To Sam Smith's 'Too Good At Goodbyes' Makes The New Song Even Better

You won't want to miss the last pair.

We were beyond excited to see Sam Smith released a new single earlier this month. "Too Good at Goodbyes" is the first new song we've heard from the artist since he released the Oscar-winning Bond theme "Writing's on the Wall." Smith's debut album In the Lonely Hour, which featured hits such as "Stay With Me" and "I'm Not the Only One," is already three years old now. So, we were definitely itching for a new emotional ballad from him. 

"Too Good at Goodbyes" is definitely just that. It's filled with emotion, melancholy, and Smith's powerful singing. Los Angeles-based dancer and choreographer Kyle Hanagami, who's known for his incredible hip-hop dancing, is already using the song to teach his students some new steps. 

He's previously shown us how talented of a choreographer he is with routines set to Bruno Mars's "24K Magic," Ed Sheeran's "Shape of You," and Ariana Grande's "Side to Side," so we knew we'd be in for some sultry and creative moves with this one. 

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Based on a video uploaded to Hanagami's YouTube channel, his students did him proud. The heart of the song is beautifully expressed in their moves and facial expressions as they nail the visually stunning choreography. These steps are smooth, unique, and completely captivating. Each dancer gives off an air of effortlessness, but we all know these performances are far from easy to master. 

All four groups are extremely impressive, but you definitely won't want to miss the last pair. 

You can watch the video below:

The Way You Move celebrates dancing and choreography videos that showcase fancy footwork in genres as diverse as ballet, hip-hop, tap, ballroom, and more. Learn a new routine the first Thursday of each month, and throughout the calendar when you get the urge to move.

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