James Blunt says his subsequent album goes to be his saddest but as a result of ”distress sells”.
The 45-year-old musician is thought for his melancholy tracks and he insists his sixth studio LP – the follow-up to 2017’s album ‘The Afterlove’ – may have much more depressing music as a result of a few of his lyrics are impressed by bereavements he has suffered in his life.
Speaking to BANG Showbiz, he stated: ”I’m a musician and I’m writing songs, so watch this area. I’ve simply come off 18 months on the street so I’ve simply washed my garments and I’m again within the studio.
”Misery sells and I do know a number of people who have died, and some have been born, so I’m writing about these.”
James – who has simply purchased a pub – has began the recording course of and he is having a ”actually good time” recording as he has stuff issues he needs to write down about.
He stated: ”I’m within the studio. I’m having a very good time. I’ve stuff to write down about. I’ve simply purchased a pub as effectively. It’s referred to as The Fox & Pheasant, proper by Chelsea Football Club.”
James launched his debut album ‘Back To Bedlam’ in 2004.
He then launched ‘All The Lost Souls’ in 2007, ‘Some Kind of Trouble’ in 2010 and ‘Moon Landing’ in 2013 earlier than having a four-year break.
The ‘Goodbye My Lover’ hitmaker has beforehand stated that being ”locked away” from his household as a teen at boarding faculty has been a supply of inspiration for his songs.
James – who was at boarding faculty from the age of seven – stated: ”Being despatched away to boarding faculty at seven is as nice an inspiration as any songwriter might have – to be taken away from one’s household and locked away for 10 years. It does create an unbelievable depth of emotion.”