Listen to Jamie T's 'different' comeback single Don't You Find
Singer confirmed a new album is on the way
Jamie T premiered his new single 'Don't You Find' on Zane Lowe's BBC Radio 1 show last night, a "slow song" that will feature on his new album.
The 28-year-old announced a UK tour earlier this month, and this single is the first new material we have heard from him in nearly five years, offering softer vocals than his previous more abrasive style.
"I thought it was kind of different and a nice track," he said of the song, which is released on 21 July.
"I spent a long time working on songs over the past few years and trying to get power out of slow songs rather than using tempo to get aggression out.
"I like the melancholy of it - it's the reason I put it out first."
Jamie T also confirmed that he has a new album on the way, the follow-up to Panic Prevention and Kings & Queens.
The singer's brief tour begins later in the month, taking in the following dates:
Glasgow Art School (July 29)
Liverpool Kazimier (30)
Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (31)
The Dome, Tufnell Park, London (August 7)
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