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28 November 2012, 12:15
The 'Troublemaker' singer has dropped hints about potential future singles from his new album.
Olly Murs has hinted at plans to release his album track 'Army Of Two' as a future single, after explaining the message behind the song.
The 'Heart Skips A Beat' singer is currently at number one with 'Troublemaker', the lead single from his new album 'Right Place Right Time', and says he would love to release 'Army Of Two' as a tribute to the fans that have stuck by him for so long.
"'Army of Two' is being tipped to be a single from my new album Right Place Right Time," Olly revealed through the Daily Star today (28th November). "Production-wise the song is insane and the message behind it - it's about my fans [and] that we are together - is nice.
"It's a bit cheesy to write a song about you and your fans but you could interpret it as a relationship, marching to the future together," Olly explained. "But it was written as me speaking to them saying to grow with me and we can keep going."
Check out a picture of Olly Murs performing at London's G-A-Y venue earlier this month below (Credit: PA):
'Troublemaker' scored its second week at number one on the Vodafone Big Top 40 on Sunday (25th November), and Olly received a congratulations message on Twitter from Syco boss Simon Cowell, who described Olly as a "true star" as well as a "great guy".
Olly Murs released his brand new album 'Right Place Right Time' and has yet to announce the name of his official follow-up single to 'Troublemaker'.