Conor Maynard's Vegas party track
Conor Maynard's new single, 'Vegas Girl' is a "party track," but you don't have to have been to the Us gambling capital to enjoy it
Conor Maynard's new single is a "party track."
The song 'Vegas Girl' is about the US gambling city in Nevada - renowned for its relaxed attitude and wild parties - but he claims you don't actually have to have been there to enjoy it.
He told BANG Showbiz: "'Vegas Girl' is a song for everyone who loves a party track and wants to party like they're in Vegas. I think people recognise that Vegas is the party centre of the world, and I feel like you can be anywhere, you could be in my home town, Brighton and you can have just as good a time there as you can in Vegas."
'Vegas Girl' and Conor's debut single, 'Can't Say No', were both upbeat songs but he promises his debut album, 'Contrast', will have a lot of variation on it.
He added: "I think the reason I named the album 'Contrast' is because there is a lot of contrasts on the album, there are those upbeat party tracks, but then there are others which are just me and a piano, ballad type songs.
"There are a lot of different types of songs on there, there's a song on there for everyone."
Conor will be performing on the BT Vision Stage at BT's Open House venue next Saturday (28.07.12). The Open House is part of BT London Live Hyde Park series of concerts held during the Olympics games - which start next Friday (27.07.12) - in London's Hyde Park.
The Open House will also contain screens for crowds to watch the Olympics live as well as outdoor arts and performances and opportunities to try out different sports. For more information or to register visit BTlondonlive.com
BT Vision Stage line up:
July 28 - Conor Maynard
July 29 - Roots Manuva
July 30 - Benjamin Francis Leftwich
July 31 - Alex Clare
August 01 - Lucy Rose
August 02 - King Charles
August 03 - Josh Osho
August 04 - The Noisettes
August 05 - Tinchy Stryder
August 06 - Aiden Grimshaw
August 07 - Jodie Marie
August 08 - FranKo, Spector
August 09 - Dot Rotten
August 10 - Red Poppy, Stooshe
August 11 - Dry the River