Again mixing his influences across the musical spectrum from jazz to pristine pop to classical, he’s once more crafted a song which is both effortlessly melodic, memorable and hopelessly romantic.
Discussing the inspiration behind the track, he said: “I was set a challenge by Sir Ray Davies to write a song where the bridge would hold the main meaning of the song, and to use musical materials I hadn’t found a place for yet.
“The song draws on different moments in my life … it started out as a reflection of carrying feelings of inadequacy from some early relationships, and eventually evolved into a reflection of how they affected my actions, getting older.”
Both confessional and open to interpretation, he’s finding the knack to craft a showstopping tune of love that affects us all.
Along with the previous singles, it’ll feature on his debut album, Bread And Circuses, which is set for release on October 14th.