Keegan Connor Releases Latest Single, ‘all my friends’

Set for release Friday 17 September, ‘all my friends’ is the new single from 15 year old pop singer, Keegan Connor. The artist, who was born and bred in New York City, but now lives in the midwest USA, celebrates the return to normal life with the track, which comes ahead of two further upcoming releases.

‘all my friends’ is Keegan Connor’s reaction song to the fall-out of the Covid-19 pandemic, and with it she shares her excitement at the return of things such as being able to once again hang out with her friends. As adults we have been affected tremendously by the idea that we can’t visit friends and family; but children and teenagers have been hit even harder, as much of the time they’ve not even been able to attend school, and their social lives have been further impacted.

Although she’s still only 15, Keegan Connor has certainly lived a very full life, going from singing karaoke at every chance, and playing guitar in her back garden, to attending rehearsals for the more than 20 musicals she’s performed in. She studies ballet, tap, modern, and jazz dancing, as well as taking vocal lessons. Her new release, ‘all my friends’, is her second single, and follows on from her debut, ‘Dark Eyes’, which came out last year.

‘all my friends’ is a super commercial sounding pop track, produced by Grammy Award winner, Joshua “Igloo” Monroy, best known for his work with Babyface, who also co-wrote the track with Keegan, alongside JBACH.

The very upbeat ‘all my friends’ will make you want to get up and dance with all your friends, as well as to treasure every moment you spend with them.

Pre-save ‘all my friends’ here.

You can find out more about Keegan Connor and her music online on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Spotify, and Apple Music.

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