George Shelley is back and he’s brought his official debut single along for the party.
The British singer-songwriter has released Technicolour as his first single – a skyrocketing dance anthem perfect for Pride.
“Kicking off summer with Technicolour feels like a fresh start for me,” George said.
“The song has me rebelling at the top of my lungs against everything I was afraid of in the past, and marks a new era for my music, music that has undeniably helped me through a challenging journey.
“I just want everyone to really feel the love and joy in the song, and find the happiness and pride in the lyrics.”
Technicolour was produced by Alex Beitzke and Bradley Spence, who has previously worked with the likes of Florence + The Machine, Take That and Gabrielle Aplin.
As we all know, George first found fame on The X Factor and then as one-fourth of boyband Union J.
After leaving the group in 2015, he went on to reach the final two of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! and then become the presenter of the Capital Breakfast Show.
Back in 2016, George came out as being attracted to both guys and girls.
“I would never come out as gay,” he told The Sun. “I wouldn’t put a label on it because I do like girls, I’ve fallen in love with girls and I could never close that off.”
He’s currently working on a new BBC documentary which will see him detailing the hurdles he has encountered in life and how he come to deal with them.