Tim Burgess is a busy man.
As well as putting the finishing touches to his new single, 'Doors of Then', Burgess has been creating the video himself - which you can watch above.
Earlier this year, he teamed up with Kelloggs to create his own breakfast cereal 'Totes Amazeballs' after a humorous tweet got taken literally, and he's also been collecting awards for his charity work from none other than film luminary David Lynch - this because Burgess's Tim Peaks cafe which has been doing the rounds at festivals owes its name to David Lynch's seminary TV series.
"Seeing as we borrowed the Tim Peaks name heavily from him, we decided we'd give them all the money," Burgess told NME earlier this year. Read more here...
Somehow, the Charlatans frontman has found time to squeeze into his schedule some acoustic gig duties for HuffPost UK - on Monday evening, when this online newspaper will celebrate sponsoring free wifi for a range of independent coffee shops.
And Tim will be keeping the conversation going with as many people as possible, because he'll be hosting HuffPost UK Entertainment's Twitter account for a while after he's put his guitar down. You can put your questions and comments direct to Tim Burgess by using #huffpostconversations from 8pm on Monday evening, and he promises to reply to as many as possible.
Sounds like an evening full of beans.