Building excitement for this next chapter, platinum-selling singer, songwriter, and Gen Z pop king Conan Gray unveils a new single entitled “Yours” today. Listen to “Yours”— HERE and watch the official music video HERE.

It stands out as the latest track to be revealed from his anxiously awaited second full-length album, Superache [Republic Records], arriving on June 24. The pre-order/pre-save just went live— HERE.

Conan increased anticipation for the album with “Memories” last month. It has already amassed over 19 million Spotify streams and 4 million YouTube views on the music video. Not to mention, it incited critical applause. The FADER named it one of the “10 songs you need in your life this week” and exclaimed, “The record showcases the singer and songwriter’s knack for painting vivid scenes colored with emotional details across its four-minute runtime.” NME hailed it as “emotional,” and Billboard dubbed it “a sweeping ballad” and elaborated, Gray’s voice sounds more confident and refined than ever as he wails.

Superache sees him reach another creative stratosphere altogether. It boasts 11 out of 12 tracks produced and co-written by Hot 100 Producer of the Year and longtime collaborator “Dan Nigro,” 3 songs co-written with fellow pop star Julia Michaels (“The Exit,” “People Watching, and “Disaster”), and Cirkut [The Weeknd, Katy Perry, Ava Max] produced “Disaster.” It was mixed by Serban and Mitch McCarthy [Olivia Rodrigo].

Infiltrating the world of high fashion, Conan also just made his Met Gala debut in a stunning Valentino look.  Making headlines, GQ featured Conan in their March 2022 issue and christened him “The New Prince of Sad Songs,” while Vogue included him in its massive new fashion spread in this month’s issue.

The Conan Gray World Tour 2022 Dates
5/20           Barcelona, Spain                           Sant Jordi Club
5/21           Madrid, Spain                                Palacio Vistalegre
5/24           Paris, France                                 L’Olympia
5/25           Brussels, Belgium                          Ancienne Belgique
5/26           Cologne, Germany                        Palladium
5/27           Amsterdam, Netherlands               AFAS Live
5/30           Dublin, Ireland                                3Olympia Theatre
6/2             Glasgow, UK                                  O2 Academy
6/3             Leeds, UK                                      O2 Academy
6/4             Manchester, UK                             O2 Victoria Warehouse
6/6             Birmingham, UK                            O2 Academy
6/8             Bristol, UK                                     O2 Academy
6/9             London, UK                                    Eventim Apollo

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