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This Song Is Yours

Conor Maynard

Season 1, Ep. 228

UK popstar Conor Maynard jumps on the pod today! Conor rose to fame in 2012 when he won MTV's Brand New award, competing against artists like Lana Del Rey and Lianne La Havas, and has gone on to release Top 20 singles since and work with artists like Frank Ocean and Pharrell Williams. Last week, he released his brand new single If I Ever, which is a perfect piece of break-up pop. In today's episode, we're speaking with Conor about the songwriting behind his new single, how he chooses collaborators to work with, the best piece of advice Katy Perry ever gave him, and we discuss The Last Of Us television series. We might also have an update for those fans waiting to hear about an Australian/Asia tour.

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Thanks again to Conor Maynard for his time. We also want to give a special shout out to Jon from Prospect PR for her help with this episode.

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