The ‘Budapest’ hitmaker has revealed he’s living back at his family home in Hertfordshire after leaving London amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Speaking on his ‘Phone A Friend’ podcast, the musician said: “It’s been another brilliant week and also, the thing I can’t overlook is the moving back home and still I’m seeing people I love, which makes a big difference.”
As the UK prepares for it’s second national lockdown for four weeks on Thursday (05.11.20), George insisted he’s used to spending long periods at home.
He added: “Three or four years ago there was a trend of people dressing up as clowns in public and scaring people?
“I didn’t leave the house for two months. I hated it. I just thought, ‘Who is that fun for?’.
“Then scary films. I remember being at friends’ houses in groups when I was about 14, 15, and they would be like, ‘Let’s watch a scary film’. I used to have to say, ‘I might have to go home’.