Sam Smith Teases He Will Perform ‘Spectre’ Theme Song (Photo)

Latest James Bond film hits theaters Nov. 6

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Sam Smith released a photo on Monday that seems to confirm the singer will perform the theme song for “Spectre,” the new James Bond film.

Smith posted a photo (below) of what appears to be his hand wearing a ring stamped with the image of a black octopus. The octopus serves as a symbol for SPECTRE, an incredibly powerful crime syndicate that will play a major role in the new Bond film.

If Smith is indeed singing the theme song, he would join the ranks of other famous musicians like Paul McCartney, Tina Turner, and Madonna who have all lent their voices to the superspy’s universe.

Smith was nominated for four Grammy awards in 2015, winning three, including the Grammy for Best New Artist and Song of the Year for “Stay With Me.”

In “Spectre,” Daniel Craig once again plays James Bond. This time around, Bond must hunt down the leaders of SPECTRE, one of whom may hold a secret from Bond’s past. The film also stars Monica Belluci, Ralph Fiennes, Christoph Waltz, and Dave Bautista. Sam Mendes is directing, after previously directing the Bond film “Skyfall.”