An internationally acclaimed musician will play an intimate gig in Hove this month.

James Bay will play a set on the roof terrace of Rockwater fresh off the heels of his most recent tour to Australia.

The Hold Back The River and Let It Go singer will perform to a small audience made up of members to the club’s subscription service.

Rockwater Founder Luke Davis said: “Welcoming James Bay to Rockwater will be a real pleasure, and one I’m sure our Open Water subscribers won’t forget.

“We’re really pleased to see so many people embrace the range of activities on offer, as a great deal of thought and planning goes into it.

"It’s great how the Open Water community has grown and become an important social hub for so many in Hove.”

Grammy-nominated James Bay previously lived in Brighton while studying at the British and Irish Modern Music Institute in the city.

The musician shot to fame in 2014 with his single Hold Back The River which was certified platinum. His debut album, Chaos and the Calm, went to number one in the UK and also charted in America.

James Bay will play at Rockwater in Hove on March 29.