'Kings & Queens' man also promises a busy 2010
The Londoner did not rush his second album ‘Kings & Queens’ and was pleased that fans had responded to the 2009 record, even after he was forced to postpone a tour after coming down with laryngitis, by giving him the accolade at last night’s (February 24) Shockwaves NME Awards.
“It was pretty interesting. We spent a lot of time off,” he told NME.COM. “But the fans are still there and we really respect that. That’s the one thing we can grab from this award – the fans voted for it. We spend a lot of time taking our time about things, and the fans are still there.”
Jamie T added that he’s gearing up for a “really busy 2010”, and promised that he’ll be doing “stuff that’s behind the scenes” in the near future too.
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