Michael Buble opens up about his new album Love as he appears on Friday’s “Graham Norton Show”.
The 43-year-old, who is returning to the industry after a 2-year hiatus following his 5-year-old son’s tragic cancer battle, discusses one song on his LP in particular, titled “Forever Now”.
The Canadian crooner explains, “It’s about time – the sentimental passing of time. I wrote it and sang the demo but it is too painful to ever sing again.”
Buble also jokes his latest release is a “baby-making record.”
He tells Norton: “My family has been through a lot and there is enough negative stuff out there in the world so I just wanted to make a ‘baby-making’ record.
“My romance with being creative never went away, I just got a different perspective on life – this is a beautiful chance to enjoy life and I don’t want to know what the critics think.”
Buble’s interview then sees him talk about his singing style, admitting he’s borrowed something from every great musician.
The “Haven’t Met You Yet” favourite later demonstrates just how talented he is by singing in the style of Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley.