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12 June 2013, 12:01
The 'Express Yourself' singer will be returning with new music later this year.
Labrinth has teased a potential summer release for his brand new album.
The 'Earthquake' singer, who performed this past weekend at the Capital FM Summertime Ball 2013 (9th June), says he won't make any promises about the release window for his second solo album but admits fans can expect it to come "soon".
Labrinth released his first record 'Electronic Earth' back in April last year, and says he follow-up will see his music follow a more similar theme to his huge Vodafone Big Top 40 number one 'Beneath Your Beautiful'.
"It'll probably be coming in the summer, or very soon," Labrinth exclusively told Capital FM at the Summertime Ball. "I don't want to make any promises.
"But there's going to be some very, very serious stuff coming very soon," the 'Let The Sun Shine' singer promised.
When asked about what direction his new music is taking, Labrinth said it won't be a huge departure from his first album but will feature his vocals more heavily.
"I wouldn't say a new direction but definitely I think people are going to enjoy to hear my vocal as much as they heard it on 'Beneath Your Beautiful' on some of the new records we're putting out," he added.
Check out a picture of Labrinth and special guest Ella Henderson on stage at the Ball below (Credit: PA):
Labrinth was among a host of big-name performers who played the Summertime Ball 2013 over the weekend at Wembley Stadium, including Taylor Swift, Robbie Williams and The Wanted.
Listen to Labrinth chatting to Capital's showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes about his new album below: