Olly Murs is getting ready to take the U.S. by storm this year and he's already off to a great start with his second U.S. single, "Troublemaker," already in the Mediabase Top 40. In a new interview with CBS Local, released on January 2, Olly gave them the scoop on what the song is all about.
"The song ‘Troublemaker’ isn't really what I'm like," he said. "The song is about what a girl is like in my life. I could probably be a bit of a troublemaker when I want to be. I'm a bit cheeky. I've never really gotten into too much trouble with the police or anything so I’m quite a good boy."
He went onto say that the song is really about the games guys and girls play with each other in relationships.
"There’s always that person in your life that you really really fancy, you really like, you really want to be with but they’re never quite into you and they cause lots of trouble," he said. "Eventually hopefully they end up thinking, ‘Well, I do fancy you really.’ I think girls and guys like to play games with each other all the time and that’s what the song is about."
So far there's no plans for Olly to perform a show in Denver, but he returns to America later this month for concert's in New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago.