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Singer-songwriter Conan Gray announced his sophomore album “Superache” would be released on June 24, 2022. He unveiled a new song, “Memories,” from the album on April 15, 2022. The song serves as the fifth single off the album and was written by Conan Gray and Daniel Nigro, who also produced the track. The new album is his first project in two years. “A superache is something that hurts you so much; it lingers with you for years after,” Conan Gray told Rolling Stone about the album. “It’s something that can only be healed through years of dramatic mourning, self-sabotage, songwriting, crying to your friends. It’s a super ache.” He continued, “It was a miserable and terrifying album to write, but it became an album that felt like a very true representation of myself. Superache is definitely a vulnerable album, but not without its sarcasm. It’s a story of heartbreak, friends, yearning, mourning, and grieving parts of your past you ignored for years.” He added, “I’m aware that being a young adult holds levels of extreme feelings that I’ll look back on ten years and laugh at, but I wanted to accept the histrionic nature of growing up on this album.” Gray’s first LP included TikTok-favorite ballad “Heather” and the catchy “Maniac.” Last year, he released a trio of singles: “Telepath,” “People Watching,” and Astronomy.” He kicked off 2022 with rock-leaning “Jigsaw,” which featured his work as cover art. Before "Kid Krow" Gray built a fanbase thanks to his EP "Sunset Season," with songs like “Crush Culture,” “Lookalike,” and “Generation Why.”