British singer-songwriter and 2017 BRITs Critics' Choice Award shortlister Rag'n'Bone Man has finally announced the release of his debut album 'Human' which will arrive next year. The offering follows the release of his lead single of the same name back in July.

Rag 'n' Bone ManRag 'n' Bone Man unveils his debut album 'Human'

The Brighton artist, whose real name is Rory Graham, is following up July's single release 'Human' with a 12-track album of the same name produced by Two Inch Punch, Jonny Coffer and Mark Crew - the deluxe version of which features an additional seven tracks including his previous singles 'Healed' and 'Wolves'. 

The single has been streamed a massive 45 million times, topping iTunes charts in 25 countries and currently coming in at number two on the iTunes chart in the UK. Rory performed the track on 'Later... with Jools Holland' and it was also remixed by Rudimental.

31-year-old Rory has been jamming since he was just 15 when he started out with a drum and bass crew called Rag 'N' Bonez. He went from there to singing the blues in local venues and releasing his debut EP 'Blues Town' in 2012. It was around that time that he first started working with producer Mark Crew (Bastille), and by 2013 he had signed a publishing deal with Warner Chappell. The following year he unveiled his second EP 'Wolves' featuring guests the likes of Vince Staples and Kate Tempest, and in 2015 he released his 'Disfigured EP' which included the BBC Radio 1 lauded track 'Bitter End'.

This year has been his most explosive yet; not only is he on the shortlist for the 2017 BRITs Critics' Choice Award alongside Dua Lipa and Anne-Marie, but he was also longlisted on the BBC Sound Of Poll, listed as one of Apple Music's New Artist For 2017 and he reached the top of Google Play Music One's To Watch list.

'Human' is set for release on February 10th 2016 through Columbia Records and Best Laid Plans.