You are currently based in the UK, what’s it like returning home after such a long stint in the U.S?
IT’S F-ING AMAZING!
Your latest single ‘Somewhere To Fall’ is out now, what influenced the sound and song writing?
Duran Duran, Michael Jackson, Prince, Billy Joel, the Weekend, George Michael, Mixed with the overwhelming desire to write the best pop record of my life so far.
Where and when did you record/produce/master and who with?
I Recorded it in LA, Nashville and Las Vegas. I collaborated on some of the tracks with Dave Aude who remixed Somewhere to Fall and co-wrote Jacob Bunton.
How do you typically approach the recording process?
It’s my church. It’s a place that I really understand and I don’t usually go into the studio with a solid plan, just a rough idea of what I want to feel. But I love leaving the studio with something that didn’t exist before I went in.
You have a new album on the way, what can we expect?
This album is an audio wingman and a hate proof record. You will get any man or woman you want.
It’s been nearly 30 years since you’ve been to Australia, any plans to come back?
I‘ll get everyone in Australia a drink if I don’t make it back there! If I do, you guys owe me one! I understand logistically that this will be quite a challenge.
Who are you listening to at the moment?
Mac Miller, Amy Winehouse, Stevie Wonder, Donny Hathaway, Billie Eilish and The Police.
What do you like to do away from music?
I like hanging out with my French bulldog, drawing, getting a tattoo every now and then and collecting watches.
Favourite food and place to hang out in London and Las Vegas?
Langan’s Brasserie for bangers and mash in London and Sushi Roku for Japanese in Las Vegas.