GOING out on a limb and doing things on his own means that the sky’s the limit for singer-songwriter Guy Morgan.

After having a taste of the music world with boyband Twen2y4Se7en and later on in acoustic duo Two’s Up, the professional vocalist has decided to take a leap of faith and go it alone.

The first step on this new adventure for Guy will be the release of his debut solo single Don’t Give A Damn which is set to be released on December 23 through the former Queen Mary’s College students very own record label 1Touch Records.

He said: “The sky’s the limit really.

“I hope to just keep working hard to achieve what I have always wanted to achieve.

“Once the first single is out, hopefully I can build some momentum towards the album release.

“I’m really looking forward to people hearing it.”

The 32-year-old’s music has been described as soulful pop and electro-soul with melodic, smooth vocals carried by a mixture of neo-soul style beats with an R’n’B bassline.

Having deferred a degree course in vocals at The Academy of Contemporary Music in Surrey in 2004 after being approached by Sussex-based record label, Diablo Music to join Twen2y4Se7en guy was fortunate enough to share the stage with the likes of Girls Aloud and Westlife, playing in front of more than 10,000 people.

“Those days seem like a long time ago now, but I have great memories of being in the band," he added.

 “I’m hungry to get back out there now." 

After a lengthy break away from music to travel and go to university, the man who grew up in Oakley and now lives near Basingstoke town centre thought it was the right time to fly solo, laying the ground work for an album well underway.

He added: “My decision to release an album comes after many years of writing songs and performing in bands and as a solo artist.

“I have recorded a couple of four or five track EP’s over the last 15 years but I have always wanted to do a 12-track album and I feel now is the right time for me to do it.”

The single Don’t Give A Damn will be available to download on iTunes and Amazon, or stream on Apple Music and Spotify.