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The 'Can't Say No' singer says he is taking his time to make sure his second album is worth it for fans.
Conor Maynard has given fans a few new teasers about the sound of his new album and promises it will be "more grown up" than his debut.
The 'Turn Around' singer, who released his debut record 'Contrast' in 2012, says he wants his new album to be "worth the wait" and won't rush it out.
"It's kind of annoying because if I could get it out now and have it done, that would be good, but it takes time," Conor revealed to Digital Spy this week. "I definitely want it to be worth the wait.
"I've grown up a bit since the first album," he explained. "So music is going to be slightly different.
The 'Can't Say No' singer explained that his musical tastes are always changing meaning this affects the sort of sound he goes for when heading into the studio.
"There will be older and more meaningful songs," Conor promised. "I definitely won't be singing about girls, girls, girls being all over me!"
Check out a picture of Conor Maynard on stage at North East Live earlier this month below (Credit: Terry Blackburn):
Earlier this year the 'Vegas Girl' star revealed he is hoping to get Ed Sheeran to feature on a collaboration as part of the new record.
Conor Maynard is expected to announce further details about his new album before the end of 2013.