Connor Morand’s new single”Everything is Gold” is out now

Toronto, ON – May 2nd 2017, From childhood, Connor has had a lot to say… and sing about. After his father committed suicide when he was only eight years old, Connor turned to music to help cope with the terrible tragedy. He fell in love with the craft and now, after over a decade of playing, has integrated that same passion into speaking to youth and young adults around Canada on following your dreams.

His new single “Everything Is Gold” is a powerful, vocal-driven alternative pop song. It describes the relationship between two different individuals with feelings of loneliness and emptiness who come together and experience the true joy of being in a relationship.

About Connor Morand:

Connor Morand is a multi-talented Canadian singer/songwriter who has been playing the guitar and performing since the age of 11. Now, at 23 years old, Connor has matured into a solid composer having written music for TV & film as well as performing on radio, live events, conferences, and various musical venues. After his debut album release in 2012, “Matter of Fiction”, Connor was named one of the “Top Seven Atlantic Canadian Artists to Watch”. A native of London, Ontario, Connor has also lived over a decade in Atlantic Canada including Newfoundland & Labrador and New Brunswick before returning to Ontario where he now resides. He has been fortunate to share the stage with Maritime powerhouses The Divorcees, Andy Brown and Christine Campbell to name a few.

He is no stranger to the performance scene either, having just come off a worldwide tour through Europe and Asia in late 2016/early 2017, playing in over eight different countries including Germany, Italy, Thailand and Malaysia. He has written about being an international artist in his newest publication as a contributing author, “Dreaming Big, Being Bold”, which has achieved international best-seller status on Amazon.

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