"Playing in the Shadows" Album was revealed in January 2011 via Example's Twitter that work on the third album had begun. During an interview, Example revealed the forthcoming album would remain dance orientated, although he would make a gradual move into electronicgenres. The lead single from the album is named "Changed the Way You Kiss Me" and was released in June 2011. On 24 March 2011 "Changed the Way You Kiss Me" debuted on BBC Radio 1 as Zane Lowe's Hottest Record in the World . In an interview with Lowe he revealed that his third album would be released in September 2011, entitled Playing in the Shadows . Example described the album as a darker record than previous Album Won't Go Quietly .
Example's second United Kingdom tour began in February 2011, with support acts including Wretch 32 and Neon Hitch .
On 5 June 2011 Elliot released his first single from his third album, "Changed the Way You Kiss Me" where it debuted at number one in the UK. The song also charted in many European countries and Australia, where it was also certified Platinum . The second song of the album "Stay Awake" , which was produced by Nero , was debuted on Friday 1 July 2011 on BBC Radio 1 by Annie Mac . It was released on 28 August, and also debuted at number 1. His third single "Midnight Run" was released on 4 December 2011 and reached number 30 in the UK Singles Chart .
Example third studio album, "Playing in the Shadows" debuted at number one in the UK albums chart and also charted in Australia, Ireland and New Zealand. The album received positive reviews from critics and was acclaimed by fans.
Example toured across the UK in November/December 2011 with Fenech-Soler , Russo & DJ Baller B supporting. After the tour, Example travels to Sydney, Australia, where he will be performing at New Year's Day festival Field Day . In April 2012, Example will embark on his first arena tour, touring 12 cities including London and Cardiff. His support act has been confirmed as Wretch 32 . Also a European tour has been confirmed, with performances in cities like Prague, Amsterdam, Paris, Milan, Moscow and so on.
Had Bram Stoker continued in the same vein and style as he did in the beginning of "Dracula" the book would have given me shivers throughout the reading. Regrettably, Stoker seemed to have diluted his horror and spent more time on boosting the male ego and portraying women as being nothing but the admirers of the male sex. I did enjoy the read but found it difficult to go through the last quarter with it's mushy dialogues. Why, oh why, did Stoker have to introduce Helsing as a foreigner? Couldn't a simple Englishmen have done the job? His verbosity merely added to the thickness of the book and little to make the narrative more crisp. Anybody else have the same feeling?...
يَا أَيُّهَا الَّذِينَ آمَنُواْ كُتِبَ عَلَيْكُمُ الصِّيَامُ كَمَا كُتِبَ عَلَى الَّذِينَ مِن قَبْلِكُمْ لَعَلَّكُمْ تَتَّقُونَ