The singer calls the new record, due out this year, a “thank you note” following a breakup, and calls fans to “expect better” from the upcoming LP.
“I’m back,” Grennan asserted at the NME Awards 2020 red carpet on Wednesday (12 February). “Ready to smash it.”
Asked what we can expect from his upcoming second album, the singer said: “Expect better. I’ve gone through a break up. It’s not a breakup album, but it’s a thank you note, it’s a sorry note, it’s not [trying to] cry about it, it’s a ‘here we fucking go’.”
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