James Blake is arguably one the most successful debut artists of the last twelve months.
This time last year he found himself on the BBC's Sound of 2011, eventually being placed second.
From being a relative unknown, he has since been nominated for the Mercury Music Prize and has sold out shows across the world.
He has also found fans in the form of Bjork and Bon Iver, the latter who he has now collaborated with.
So what have been his highlights?
"Koko in London was unbelievable," he grins.
" I had my friends and family there, I was playing Wilheim Scream, which is essentially my Dad's song, in front of my Dad, live and trying to do it justice.
"It was quite emotional for me to do that on stage, so that was amazing" he told 6 Music.
But where does an artist with such an incredible start go from here?
Well Blake says " there's no plan for next year."
He appears to be very calm about the pressure which often comes with the follow-up to an extraordinary debut.
"I'm going to be at home but then I am going to be djing as well," he explains.
"I am kind of testing the water with a lot of things, I am hearing new sounds and that kind of thing really helps me write."
As for the new material "It's down to my experience in clubs really where my music goes."
Listen to the full interview below.
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