Published: 01:00, 24 January 2018
| Updated: 10:21, 24 January 2018
Singer George Ezra will be talking about recording his latest single in Kent, when he appears on kmfm tomorrow.
George, who has just dropped his new single Paradise - which was recorded in Whitstable - and releases a new album in March, will be chatting to Glen Scott on kmfm's Hit List.
He also be chatting about his alter ego Geoff, finding himself on a nudist beach... and tweeting about his lucky thong.
The singer's second album, Staying At Tamara's, is due for release in March, following on from his 122 weeks in the charts with his No.1 debut in 2014 Wanted On Voyage, which spawned the Top 10 singles Budapest and Blame It On Me.
Last summer he released single Don’t Matter Now, and played festivals including Glastonbury, V Festival, and the Isle of Wight Festival.
Tune in to the Hit List with Glen tomorrow to hear more.
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