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Conan Gray shares his first new music of 2022 with his brand new song entitled "Jigsaw." This serves as the follow-up to his debut album "Kid Krow" later this year; it follows up on 2021’s offerings "Telepath," "Astronomy," and "People Watching." Gray originally wrote the song as a “diary entry rant” for himself and drew the artwork – a pencil sketch showing him being cut in half by a pair of scissors. Here is what Gray said of the track, "I wrote jigsaw originally as a bit of a diary entry rant for myself,” he explains. “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, 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.”

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