Published Wednesday, 23 October 2013
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The singer is getting ready to release his third studio album 'Porcelain', but took some time to speak to UTV's Malachi Cush.
"I absolutely love playing in Belfast," he said.
"I played here during my acoustic tour not that long ago and it was a great gig. Everytime I come over (to Northern Ireland) the crowd are so brilliant and so supportive and are so up for it as well."
Since winning the X Factor in 2010, Matt has continued to release his music and tour all over the UK and Europe.
And he admitted his latest album was something he was especially proud of.
"The album is out in a matter of days and it has just been an incredible year creating the album," he said. "It is by far the best thing I have ever done musically.
"And that's the way it has to be for me, I genuinely would not have put it out if it was not better than the last album or at least different enough.
Speaking to U105's Johnny Hero this week, Matt also explained how it has taken him a long time to realise what kind of musician he wanted to be.
"It took me until I was 25 to find my voice - these things take a long time," he explained.
"Through doing covers gigs in a friend of mine's pub I was playing a lot of girls songs like Lily Allen, Amy Winehouse and Duffy.
"So when I was singing these songs, when I don't try to do anything, I guess that's my voice when I am not trying to emulate something."
And the singer was adamant that as long as he is making music, he will always strive to improve in every way possible.
"I have got to constantly improve myself; I have got to constantly develop my song writing, my performing on the album, my studio work.
"It is to keep myself interested as well as other people and to expand the fan base slowly but surely."
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