Gearing up for a massive year, platinum-selling, chart topping, pop singer and songwriter pop singer-songwriter Conan Gray unveils a brand-new single entitled “Jigsaw”.

Listen to “Jigsaw” HERE via Republic Records.

Conan comments on the new release: “I wrote jigsaw originally as a bit of a diary entry rant for myself. I’d spent my entire life contorting myself and changing everything I used to be in order to make everybody happy. I was so used to trying to please everyone that, when it came to love, I started to do the same. I thought maybe if I dress a certain way, act a certain way, do my hair the way you’ll like, then maybe you’ll finally love me. It didn’t work, obviously. By the end of it all it I ended up looking in the mirror and barely recognizing my rearranged and twisted reflection. I hope that jigsaw is a bit of a warning to people. That destroying yourself to win somebody’s love will only leave you empty on the other side. Because in the end, that person won’t love you, just the version of you that you made for them. Instead, choose to become somebody that you love.”
Marking his first new music of 2022, “Jigsaw” paves the way for his anxiously awaited second full-length album due out later this year.
It also arrives on the heels of his most recent release “Telepath. The latter has gathered nearly 35 million streams and counting. Earning critical acclaim, NPR noted, “Conan Gray has ignited Sad Girl Fall” and proclaimed, “A repetitive, mind-numbing bassline gives this song an electro-pop feel that throws us back to the ‘80s.” Fader dubbed it a “striking new electro-pop single,” and press continue to praise Conan with UPROXX saying “Gray has steadily released hit after hit.”

Next up, Conan will kick off The Conan Gray World Tour 2022.” Tickets are on-sale now here:  The tour will start on March 1st in Dallas, TX at South Side Ballroom, and includes two stops at the legendary Ryman Auditorium in Nashville on March 6th & 7th, and the iconic Radio City Music Hall in New York, NY on March 16th.  Not to mention, Conan will be making his debut performance at Coachella on Saturday, April 16th & 23rd. The European leg launches on May 5th in Oslo, Norway at Sentrum Scene and traverses the continent for a month before closing out on June 9th at Eventim Apollo. Check out the full confirmed itinerary below.
In other news, 2021 was a massive year for Conan: “People Watching” has amassed nearly 140 million streams to date. Inspiring tastemaker applause NPR raved, “it’s incredibly validating to hear others share thoughts that you assumed no one else saw or felt,” and Clash Music hailed it as “potent” and “a bittersweet return that has electrified fans.”  Its predecessor “Astronomy” has tallied nearly 100 million-plus streams and counting. Not to mention, Taylor Swift took to her personal Instagram to praise the track saying: “This one is on another level!! Support/stream/buy this ethereal work of art. So much love & respect @conangray.” She went on to personally select Gray to tease upcoming music with Olivia Rodrigo. Meanwhile, Rodrigo handpicked him to appear in the “Sour Prom” music video.

The Conan Gray World Tour 2022 Dates
3/1       Dallas, TX                                             South Side Ballroom
3/2       Austin, TX                                             ACL Live at The Moody Theater
3/3       Houston, TX                                          713 Music Hall
3/5       Atlanta, GA                                           Coca-Cola Roxy
3/6       Nashville, TN                                        Ryman Auditorium
3/7       Nashville, TN                                       Ryman Auditorium
3/9       Miami Beach, FL                                  The Fillmore
3/11     Charlotte, NC                                        The Fillmore
3/12     Washington, DC                                   The Anthem
3/13     Philadelphia, PA                                   The Fillmore
3/16     New York, NY                                       Radio City Music Hall
3/17     Boston, MA                                           Orpheum Theatre
3/20     Montreal, QC                                        MTELUS
3/21     Toronto, ON                                          HISTORY
3/23     Cincinnati, OH                                      The Andrew J. Brady ICON Music Center
3/25     Chicago, IL                                           Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom
3/26     Indianapolis, IN                                    Murat Theatre at Old National Centre
3/27     Detroit, MI                                             The Fillmore
3/30     Milwaukee, WI                                      The Rave
3/31     Minneapolis, MN                                  The Armory
4/4       Calgary, AB                                          MacEwan Hall
4/5       Edmonton, AB                                      Winspear Centre
4/7       Vancouver, BC                                     Queen Elizabeth Theatre
4/8       Seattle, WA                                           Moore Theatre
4/11     Portland, OR                                         Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
4/13     San Francisco, CA                                Fox Theatre
4/16     Indio, CA                                              Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival
4/18     Phoenix, AZ                                          The Van Buren
4/20     Denver, CO                                           Mission Ballroom
4/23     Indio, CA                                              Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival
5/5       Oslo, Norway                                        Sentrum Scene
5/6       Stockholm, Sweden                              Annexet
5/7       Copenhagen, Denmark                        K.B. Hallen
5/9       Hamburg, Germany                     Arena
5/10     Berlin, Germany                                   Verti Music Hall
5/11     Warsaw, Poland                                   COS Torwar
5/13     Munich, Germany                                 Tonhalle
5/14     Prague, Czech Republic                      Forum Karlín
5/15     Vienna, Austria                                     Gasometer
5/17     Zurich, Switzerland                               Volkshaus
5/18     Milan, Italy                                            Fabrique
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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