Singer-songwriter Jake Carter has said that it's "kind of inevitable" that he will record a duet with his big brother, country crooner Nathan Carter.

The Dancing with the Stars winner 2018, who recently unveiled a club-anthem single with The Saturday's star Una Healy, said that although he and Nathan prefer very different genres, that he would love for them to work together.

Speaking to RTÉ Entertainment, the 19-year-old music star said of making music with his elder sibling: "I’d say so, it’s kind of inevitable.

"We are different genres, he is very country and I would be very pop, but he does sometimes sing to some of the music that I’m playing along to and I’ll sing to the music that he’s playing along to so...

"We do sing duets at family events and Christmases and sessions and stuff, and we did a duet on Nathan’s TV show but we never released it or anything so hopefully one day, up ahead in the future we will do something".

"It depends if he pays me enough!", Jake added with a laugh.

Jake, who is currently working on his debut album and recently announced he will play his first Dublin gig in Vicar Street this October, said that he and Nathan "try to be" good role models to their younger fans.

The music star said there is an "added pressure", especially when performing on stage.

He said: "The kids do react to what you’re doing and you have to watch what you are doing, especially on stage. 

"With kids there, you think ‘maybe I shouldn’t do that on stage, maybe I shouldn’t do this, I can’t say that, can’t say this’, you do have to adapt but it’s great as well."

Jake added: "I think live music’s hard to beat, I grew up with live music, grew up in Fleadh Cheoil’s, competing in Fleadh’s and playing fiddle and it’s just good for the soul and good for mental health to go to a gig and enjoy it so it’s great to see that kids are starting to get back into that I guess."

Jake Carter plays Vicar Street on Monday, October 29. Tickets are available now through usual Ticketmaster outlets nationwide.