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    Mon, 09 Mar 2015 10:34:45

    Nathan Sykes Launches Solo Career - Check out his new single "More Than You'll Ever Know"

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    Nathan Sykes, formerly of The Wanted, is back, launching his solo career with that powerhouse voice of his.

    "From being one fifth of a group to being a soloist, there is always the chance to surprise people as they are only now seeing 100% of me for the first time," Sykes, who once dated Ariana Grande, said. "It's like a second, first impression and whereas I don't necessarily think it's important to change people's perceptions, I do think it’s exciting that people won't just see me as 'the young one in The Wanted' and can have the freedom to judge me as an individual and not just 'that bloke from that band.'"

    With that in mind, enjoy his new single, which has a doo wop feel and is Bruno Mars-inspired!

    Check out "More Than You’ll Ever Know" below:





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    03.09.15



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