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7 June 2013, 16:47
The 'Heart Skips A Beat' singer will be releasing more singles before the end of this year.
Olly Murs says he is happy his music has grown over the years and has promised more music will be released from his recent album 'Right Place Right Time'.
The 'Troublemaker' singer released his third record at the end of 2012 and says that, although there won't be a new album in 2013, there is plenty more to come from him before next year.
"We're not releasing an album tis year," Olly confirmed to Popjustice this week. "We're going to release a few more singles off this album and then write some new music over the start of next year for next summer.
"My music's grown over the years," the 'Heart Skips A Beat' star explained. "It's about proving that there is quality to my music and there is substance there."
The UK singer-songwriter recently spent time out in the US promoting his music stateside and says that, although he loves getting to travel the world, he always misses being home in England.
"It's good being away and to go there and have some success over there, it's great, but I just missed being at home," he added.
Check out a picture of Olly Murs performing live in concert below (Credit: Getty):
Earlier this week Olly gave some words of wisdom to fellow Capital FM Summertime Ball 2013 performers Union J, telling them to enjoy all of their success.
Both acts will be performing at the event this Sunday (9th June) at Wembley Stadium, which also boasts performances from the likes of Taylor Swift, The Wanted and Robbie Williams.