Keep On" is the second album from the man who had the fastest selling chart debut by a male artist. Now, aged 26, the boy from Berkshire remains as sharp, if not more confident, than he ever was. In less than four years he's won two Brits, had four number one singles, two number one albums, and sold out his last tour in 30 minutes. His last effort, "Friday's Child", sold over 1.5 million copies in the UK, and in 2004 "Leave Right Now" won him the Ivor Novello award for Best Song Musically And Lyrically. Young says the new work reveals a new twist in his character, one where he's tried not to think about things or songs too much. A well-crafted song is great, he explains. But there seem to be so many about where you can almost hear the writer thinking, "right, now we're gonna hit them with the chorus at 40 seconds 'cause that'll get played on radio'".
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