Platinum-selling singer, songwriter, and Gen Z pop king Conan Gray proudly presents his anticipated sophomore full-length album, Superache, via Republic Records today. Listen to SuperacheHERE. Check out the full tracklisting below.

Upon the release of Superache, Conan Gray premiered the official music video for his new song “Disaster” - watch HERE.

Conan Gray is everywhere right now. Rolling Stone sat down with him for an in-depth feature for their upcoming “Hot Ones Issue”, and he currently graces the cover of PAPER Magazine. Last night he graced the stage of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon performing “Disaster” from the new album, and this morning he brought the masses to 30 Rock with a performance on the TODAY Show Summer Concert Series.

Bringing the record to life on stage later to this year, Gray will return to the road for his biggest headline world tour. He will start the Superache Tour in North America before heading to Australia and New Zealand, kicking off on September 16 in Louisville, KY at The Louisville Palace Theater. He will visit major markets coast-to-coast including Chicago’s Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island and the iconic Greek Theater in Los Angeles. Also look out for him performing at numerous music festivals along the way, including Music Midtown, Firefly, and Austin City Limits before he tour concludes on October 25 in Las Vegas, NV at Brooklyn Bowl. General on sale begins today Friday, June 24th at 10am local time. Check out the full confirmed itinerary below.

About Conan Gray:
Since releasing original demos on his YouTube channel at the age of 15, Conan Gray has emerged as one of the pre-eminent pop superstars of his generation. Even after the commercial success of global multi-platinum hits “Heather” (which earned its own Urban Dictionary entry) and “Maniac”, his music continues to maintain its unflinching authenticity and originality. Gray’s debut album, Kid Krow, crafted by Gray and longtime collaborator and producer Dan Nigro, reached #5 on the Billboard Top 200, #1 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart and became the biggest new artist debut of the year. In the summer of 2020, when “Heather” topped charts around the world, Sir Elton John publicly praised Gray for being the only artist on the Spotify top 50 to have written the song entirely on their own. With over 7 billion streams, he has attracted unanimous applause from a who’s who of tastemakers including Vogue, GQ, V Man, Paper, Fader, Billboard, NPR, MTV, I-D, Wonderland, Clash, Notion, and has delivered rapturous performances on television shows such as Late Night with Seth Meyers, The Late Late Show with James Corden, and The Today Show. At the same time, Gray earned the recognition of fashion arbiters, claiming a spot on “Best Dressed” lists from the likes of Teen Vogue and making a splash during his MET Gala debut. In 2022, he headlined a SOLD-OUT world tour, lighting up New York’s legendary Radio City Music Hall, and leaving the main stage of Coachella begging for more. However, he reaches another creative stratosphere on his sophomore album, Superache, reteaming with Nigro. Now, he delivers the definitive Gen-Z alternative manifesto.

1. Movies
2. People Watching
3. Disaster
4. Best Friend
5. Astronomy
6. Yours
7. Jigsaw
8. Family Line
9. Summer Child
10. Footnote
11. Memories
12. The Exit

Conan Gray World Tour 2022 Tour Dates

  • 9/16 Louisville, KY The Louisville Palace Theater
  • 9/17 Atlanta, GA Music Midtown
  • 9/18 St. Augustine, FL The Saint Augustine Amphitheatre
  • 9/20 Orlando, FL House of Blues Orlando
  • 9/22 Pittsburgh, PA UPMC Events Center
  • 9/24 Cleveland, OH Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica
  • 9/25 Dover, DE Firefly
  • 9/28 Chicago, IL Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island
  • 9/30 Columbus, OH KEMBA Live!
  • 10/1 Bloomington, IN Indiana University Auditorium
  • 10/3 Chesterfield, MO The Factory
  • 10/5 Oklahoma City, OK The Criterion
  • 10/8 Austin, TX Austin City Limits
  • 10/9 El Paso, TX The Plaza Theatre - Kendall Kidd Performance Hall
  • 10/14 Austin, TX Austin City Limits
  • 10/17 Salt Lake City, UT The Union
  • 10/19 Los Angeles, CA Greek Theatre
  • 10/22 San Diego, CA SOMA
  • 10/25 Las Vegas, NV Brooklyn Bowl
  • 11/13 Auckland, NZ Spark Arena
  • 11/15 Brisbane, AU Fortitude Music Hall
  • 11/18 Sydney, AU Hordern Pavilion
  • 11/19 Melbourne, AU Margaret Court Arena

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