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Preston launches solo career
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Preston releases his solo debut album later this year

Ex-Ordinary Boys lead singer Preston has announced details of his first solo single and album.

Dressed To Kill will be released on 23 August with the album Whatever Forever, following on this autumn.

Preston was with Worthing indie outfit The Ordinary Boys until they split last year. The band released three albums before going their own ways.

In a statement Preston said: "I want to be a pop star, and I'm going to do that on my own terms!"

The Ordinary Boys three LPs were Over The Counter Culture, Brassbound and How To Get Everything You Get Wanted In Ten Easy Steps.

Preston famously married model Chantelle Houghton after they met during reality TV show Celebrity Big Brother in January 2006, before divorcing in 2007.



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