“I’m a young guy with a big future,” the 29-year-old musician says.
“I’ve got four young kids, a house, and I’m looking to get out of the bubble that I’m in.”
The singer/songwriter, who has been a staple on the UK chart for almost a decade, is joined by co-founder and producer Jamie Cullum and producer Adam Yauch.
The group has already won a Grammy for their collaboration ‘Take Me Home’.
The group will be touring throughout the summer with a set of UK dates.
The full tour schedule is below:August 3 – Manchester ArenaAugust 6 – Glasgow ArenaAugust 8 – Birmingham ArenaAugust 10 – Birmingham, UKAugust 12 – Birmingham (Bristol City Stadium)August 14 – Glasgow, ScotlandAugust 16 – Cardiff, UKSeptember 1 – Manchester, UKThe band’s UK tour begins in October with the debut of their first UK single ‘Bristols Place’.
In 2016, the group won the British Music Award for Best Live Act at the Brit Awards for ‘Bathrooms’, a song about Bathrooms that has become a hit.
They’ve also released three albums in the past 15 years, including 2016’s ‘Sisters’.