On 15 April 2013, he stated on Facebook that he was in Los Angeles working on his fifth studio album, the album was due to be released in June 2014.
The song was released as a single on 4 November 2013 and reached number 61 on the UK Singles Chart.
Example was also asked to feature on Dizzee Rascal's song "Goin' Crazy", but declined the offer and Robbie Williams took the part instead. Example announced via Twitter that tracks from his upcoming album "All the Wrong Places" and "Only Human" were played at all festival gigs in the summer.
This was done at a cost of just £1000, it was directed by Example's friend Henry Scholfield who also made the promos for "Who Needs Sunshine? In February 2008 Example also tried his hand at stand-up comedy as part of BBC2's The Culture Show.
Mentored by English comic Richard Herring, Example spent six weeks writing and practising his own stand-up routine which culminated in his first ever stand-up show in front of 60 paying customers in a Covent Garden pub.
A week later he appeared on the bill under Richard Herring, Phill Jupitus and Harry Hill at the Lyric Hammersmith – Example had performed in the same venue ten years earlier whilst a student at ADT College.
Example made his first chart appearance in September 2009, when he released "Watch the Sun Come Up" as the lead single from his second album Won't Go Quietly through Data Records.
Elliot John Gleave (born 20 June 1982), better known by his stage name Example, is an English singer, songwriter and record producer signed to Epic Records and Sony Music.
He has also acted in numerous movies, his name arose due to his initials being E.
He is hoping to crack America on his own terms with his next album.
his second single from the album entitled "Close Enemies" was released in November 2012 and peaked to number 37 in the UK charts.
Then, "Kids Again", was released on 16 March 2014 and hit number 13 in the UK Single's charts, the fifth album, Live Life Living, was released on 7 July 2014.