The Hertfordshire singer found himself pigeon-holed as a protest singer after his first album arrived in 2017, crammed full of lyrics about transgender suicide, xenophobic media reporting, and corruption in FIFA. When the time came to record a follow-up, however, he railed against his reputation as “the voice of Generation Z”.The result is Zeros, an album inpired by artist like Bowie, St. Vincent or Abba, that puts politics aside to tell a story of human fallibility in the face of an existential crisis – which could be any number of looming disasters.