Nathan Sykes on Ariana Grande split track: 'It's a nice break-up song'
Speaking to MTV News about the song in question, Sykes explained that he likes to write about thing he has experienced so incorporated his split from Grande into his solo material:
"I think it’s very easy to draw from personal experiences. I’m not very good at talking — I just waffle on — so when I write lyrics I very much say what I’m actually feeling. I wrote about a couple of various relationships, a couple of near-relationships, a couple of people that just needed writing about.”
He was quick to reassure the public that the song is in no way mean or derogatory towards the 'Problem' sensation because he isn't the kind of person to hold grudges:
"It’s not really that heartbreaking — it’s very emotional. It’s just a very nice breakup song. I’m one of those really annoying people who never holds grudges [against] anyone, because what’s the point? There’s no point. It’s really boring and it takes up so much energy — just draining. So it’s a nice breakup song, but really emotional."
Check out Sykes' 'More Than You'll Ever Know' here:
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