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Conan Gray’s Second Album ‘Superache’ Is About That Pain That Lingers for Years

Conan Gray had fans in their feels this week as the singer dropped his latest single, Yours.

The emotional ballad precedes his upcoming album, Superache, which is set to be released next month.

Following its release today (19 May), Yours has already had fans gushing on Twitter, with some even dubbing the emotive track the perfect track to cry to in the shower.

The 23-year-old’s announcement comes after sharing a string of singles over the past few months. He released “Jigsaw” most recently, as well as “Telepath,” “Astronomy,” “People Watching” and “Overdrive” in 2021. Superache will serve as the follow up to his 2020 debut album Kid Krow, which peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard 200.

Speaking to Billboard about what fans can expect from his future music while discussing “Overdrive,” Gray said, “I’m not the kind of person who only listens to one type of music, and I’m also not the kind of person who writes one type of music. So the rest of the stuff that’s going to come out the rest of this year is going to be all over the place. Some of it will be absolutely, horribly depressing. And other things will make you want to dance around.”

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