Three albums, three world tours and eighteen million records sold: James Blunt's international success surges on with the release of his new Custard/Atlantic album Some Kind of Trouble. Produced mainly by Steve Robson, the new album includes 'So Far Gone', 'If Time is All I Have' and the infectious 'Stay The Night', a sexy, acoustic-guitar driven, party song about "singing Billie Jean and mixing vodka and caffeine."
As he had done on previous concert treks, on his 2008-2009 globe-spanning tour James raised funds for Médecins Sans Frontières, the international medical humanitarian organization whose work the Sandhurst graduate witnessed first-hand as a British military officer stationed in Kosovo. A new tour started in 2011, in which James featured songs from this new album as well as the classics his audiences love so much.
His debut album, Back to Bedlam, catapulted James into worldwide superstardom on the strength of such massive songs as 'You're Beautiful', 'High' and 'Goodbye My Lover'. His second album, 2007's All the Lost Souls, debuted at number one in ten countries, selling nearly five million copies globally and featuring such hits as '1973', 'Same Mistake' and 'Carry You Home'. He has received numerous awards and accolades including two BRIT Awards, two World Music Awards, two MTV Video Music Awards, an MTV European Music Award and five Grammy nominations.