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Check out Tate McRae's new cover of Conan Gray’s 'Heather'

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Published: 9:37 am, November 11, 2020
Check out Tate McRae's new cover of Conan Gray’s 'Heather'

Tate McRae has covered Conan Gray’s huge single, 'Heather'.

The track is part of her first Spotify Singles recording, where it sits alongside a new rendition of the recent Dork cover star's own viral single, 'you broke me first'.

"’Heather’ is a really beautiful and emotional song by Conan Gray," she says. "I became obsessed with the lyrics and story he had created, I had to do a cover of it."

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