After months of anticipation among his social media following of over 25 million+ fans around the world, singer-songwriter and rising pop superstar Johnny Orlando’s sophomore EP, It’s Never Really Over is out today on Universal Music Canada, the country’s leading music company, and Island Records. 

It’s Never Really Over is the follow-up to Orlando’s 2019 EP, Teenage Fever. Recorded this past year in Orlando’s home city of Toronto, It’s Never Really Over features three brand new tracks including “Adelaide,” “Bad News” and “Flaws,” and Orlando’s previously released singles from 2020: “Phobias,” “See You,” and the recent 5 million+ streamed hit “Everybody Wants You.”  

It’s Never Really Over is a collection of songs that represent the growth Orlando has made both as an artist and personally over the last year, while having to deal with certain pressures and make decisions that a young adult is faced with at this time in their lives. Pulling influence from the pop icons of today’s youth like Drake, Dua Lipa, Post Malone and Billie Eilish, It’s Never Really Over sees Orlando collaborate with notable producers and songwriters including Pom Pom aka Kellen Pomeranz (John Legend, The Unlikely Candidates), Geoff Warburton (Shawn Mendes, 5 Seconds of Summer), Louis Schoorl (Kesha, Julia Michaels) and Mike Wise (Ellie Goulding, Bülow).

This month Orlando received his second MTV Europe Music Award nomination for Best Canadian Act, after winning the category at last year’s show. Orlando’s fellow nominees this year include Alessia Cara, The Weeknd, Justin Bieber and Jessie Reyez. Past recipients of the award prior to Orlando’s 2019 win include Shawn Mendes (2016-2018) and Justin Bieber (2013-2015).

Orlando’s current single, “Everybody Wants You” is top 25 at Canadian radio and was the #1 most added at Top 40 radio in Canada during impact week. Orlando was also recently selected as iHeartRadio’s Future Star for the months of October and November.

It’s Never Really Over track listing:

  1. Everybody Wants You
  2. Adelaide
  3. Bad News
  4. Flaws
  5. Phobias
  6. See You

Read more: Meet Johnny Orlando In An Exclusive Interview With uDOu!

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