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(Columbia Records; New York, NY; October 7, 2016) – Internationally-acclaimed multiplatinum British singer/songwriter Olly Murs has released “Grow Up,” a new song off his highly-anticipated new album ‘24 HRS.’  Recorded in London and written by Olly with Steve Robson, Camille Purcell (Black Magic, Sax) and Wayne Hector (Paloma Faith, Nikki Minaj), “Grow Up” is an acoustic driven funky track with bags of attitude.

‘24 HRS’ follows Olly’s 2015 sophomore album, ‘Never Been Better,’ which was highlighted by tracks such as “Wrapped Up” ft. Travis McCoy, pop-folk ballad “Up” ft. Demi Lovato and “Seasons,” which Olly co-wrote with One Republic’s Ryan Tedder. His acclaimed 2013 debut effort ‘Right Place Right Time’ featured the hit song “Troublemaker” featuring hip-hop star Flo Rida. That album is now quadruple platinum in the UK and the song went on to become a platinum-plus smash, selling more than 1.5 million units, winning over American music fans as Murs’ highest charting U.S. single to date.  The album also cracked Billboard’s Top 20 Best Selling Albums Chart, with the prolific Murs already over the 10 million milestone in total career record sales.

‘24 HRS’ is set for release on November 11.