Singer-songwriter, Conrad Sewell, has toured with such pop superstars like Ed Sheeran, Maroon 5 and KYGO, receiving over millions of streams and receiving massive critical praise. Sewell’s voice was featured on KYGO’s single “Firestone,” which reached RIAA platinum status, over 1 billion streams, and was played to audiences at Coachella and Madison Square Garden.
Despite his success and touring the globe, Sewell explains that “life on the road had become a whirlwind in the past years. I was partying like a madman, and completely messed up a relationship I thought would last forever. When I started writing, I held nothing back.”
With his new single, “Changing,” he does just that. Sewell shares with us that “Changing” was written “right in the middle of the relationship I was in when I started to realize that I was ruining it, and that my actions were starting to affect her. I would come home and see her crying. She was always upset. She wasn’t the same person that she was when we first started dating. And I felt like it was because of me and the way I was acting. So it was really me apologizing for everything I’ve done. And telling her to never change for anyone because you’re perfect the way you are. Especially don’t change for me because I wasn’t worth it at the time.”
Listen to “Changing” via the link below:
“Changing” is the third single from Sewell’s upcoming debut album, due out later this year. Sewell has previously released “Healing Hands” and “Come Clean,” which both have received well over two million streams in the same week of release. Sewell is currently touring in Australia, with several tour dates in the US. For tour dates, click here.