James Blunt says next album will be saddest yet
James Blunt says his next album is going to be his saddest yet because “misery sells”.
The 45-year-old musician is known for his melancholy tracks and he insists his sixth studio LP - the follow-up to 2017′s album ‘The Afterlove’ - will have even more miserable music because some of his lyrics are inspired by bereavements he has suffered in his life.
Speaking to BANG Showbiz, he said: “I am a musician and I’m writing songs, so watch this space. I’ve just come off 18 months on the road so I’ve just washed my clothes and I’m back in the studio.
“Misery sells and I know a few people that have died, and a few have been born, so I’m writing about those.”