Keane singer Tom Chaplin has been speaking to Radio 1 about his recent spell in The Priory, where he battled to overcome his drink and drug addictions.
Chaplin spoke to the radio station ahead of the band's show in Hull on Tuesday night. He described entering rehab as “walking to the edge of a cliff and looking into the abyss”, and continued: “you can either jump off or turn round and walk back. Thankfully for me it was the latter.”
In an amazing revelation, Chaplin commented: “Drugs and drink and all those things are something that are everywhere now.”
Oooh Eeem Geee? Chaplin said that he had to be aware of these temptations in the future. Good Chaplin, tea and crumpets for you, post-gig, from now on.
Seriously, though: drink and drugs are bad. Like, really. And don't go giving me that Bill Hicks spiel, 'cause he dead.