Singer-songwriter and former The Wanted star Max George is back with his new single, ‘Til I Met You’.
Released as a birthday treat on Friday (September 6), ‘Til I Met You’ was written by Max along with Ed Drewett, Steve Mac, and Clarence Coffee Jr. The dance track shows yet another side to Max as a solo artist and is armed with a hypnotic opening. “I used to think that I was cool with breaking hearts, til I met you”, sings Max as the track builds towards an infectious dance break.
Speaking about the track, Max said: “I am delighted to be releasing ‘Til I Met You’. It’s a song I wrote with Steve Mac, Ed Drewett and Coffee. It’s one I’m very excited about as it’s a really cool dance track with a great production provided by James Reynolds. I really hope everyone enjoys this track as much as I have enjoyed making it.”
Take a listen to ‘Til I Met You’ below.
‘Til I Met You’ follows on from Max’s summer anthem, ‘Better On Me’ which was co-written with Jason Derulo. The Northern artist made his solo debut last year with ‘Barcelona’, which was one of the most played songs on independent radio.
To read more about Max, check out our recent interview with him right here where he speaks about what we can expect from his forthcoming music.
‘Til I Met You’ is available to download and stream here.