'Say Nothing' musician Example has signed a new solo record deal with the Epic Records and will release his fiirst album on the label in 2014.
Example has signed a new record deal.
The 'Say Nothing' hitmaker has put pen to paper on a multimillion pound deal with the Epic Records, a UK division of Sony Music.
'All The Wrong Places' - the singer's first single for the label - was debuted last night on the UK's Radio 1 and is due for a full release on September 8.
Meanwhile the singer - whose real name is Elliot Gleave - will release his fifth album next year.
Despite the switch to a more mainstream outlet, fans shouldn't expect to see the 31-year-old musician to start invading the charts with high-profile collaborations, as he has revealed in the past he doesn't enjoy co-writing with other acts.
He said: ''I don't really like working with other artists. If I'm writing a song it has got to be my song on my terms.
''Unless it's an artist I really respect who I think can write themselves, I don't really want to get into the studio with anyone. I'd rather just make songs and then sell them to people.''