The singer said that she was "delighted" about the success of her latest album the minutes and confirmed that she has began writing new material.
"I was absolutely delighted," Moyet told Digital Spy of the performance of her LP.
"People have asked me if I'm surprised people like it and it would be disingenuous of me to say yes - I think it's a brilliant album. What surprises me is that people get hear it. That's the thrill of it."
Asked if she plans to start on a follow-up, Moyet said: "I am working on new music, but mostly I'm focussing on touring. I've got s**tloads of touring to do this year. Hoorah!"
Moyet was honoured with the 'Investec Icon Award' at this year's Silver Clefs, which is organised by music charity Nordoff Robbins to raise awareness of the music therapy it provides to disadvantaged children.
Talking about why music therapy is such a powerful tool, Moyet said: "It's a universal language.
"Music is something that irregardless of what your vocabulary is or your capacity to speak or your nationality, it's the one way we can communicate with one another."
Bee Gees star Barry Gibb, One Direction, Coldplay, Labrinth, Jessie Ware and Vampire Weekend were among the other stars honoured at the Nordoff Robbins O2 Silver Clef Awards on Friday (June 28).
Watch the music video for Alison Moyet's 'When I Was Your Girl' below: