Meghan Trainor Talks New EP on Just Between Us Podcast

Meghan Trainor Talks New EP on Just Between Us Podcast

Today, from The Direct Message Network on PodcastOne, Just Between Us with Bailee Madison and Kaitlin Vilasuso dropped an advance clip from their upcoming episode, which features an exclusive interview with superstar, Meghan Trainor. Joined by husband Daryl Sabara, Trainor talks about her newly announced EP, The Love Train, set to drop this Friday, and the couple gives insight into the inspiration behind their favorite track, "Marry Me." Hear the exclusive clip now, available at and Apple Podcasts, and tune into the full interview on Tuesday's episode of the podcast.

Below is an excerpt with highlights from the teaser:

On The Love Train:

Trainor: "I wrote extra songs for this album I keep teasing the world with, and too many love songs happen to be on the album..."


Madison: "Is there a favorite on there?"

Trainor: "Yeah, there's a special one on there that I didn't think would ever be released called 'Marry Me.' I wrote 'Marry Me' when we [Sabara and Trainor] were touring together and we had only been dating for one month. It was our one-month anniversary - we made a big deal about it. I wrote..."

Vilassuo: "- And you wrote a song called 'Marry Me?'"

Trainor: "Yeah, I was a bit aggressive..."


Sabara: "First month in [to the relationship] - 'Marry Me' - she wrote in a hotel room."

Vilasuso: "With you?"

Sabara: "Looking at me!"

Trainor: "Yeah! Well, I got the clearance! We said 'I love you,' like, day six."

Trainor: "We were dating for six days and I said, 'You want to go on tour with me?' So we were on tour for our first months of getting to know each other. Being in a hotel, stuck with someone? It was great!"

Sabara: "Yeah, you get to know someone really quick."

Trainor: "That's why stuff went fast. We were like, 'Okay, we're living together. This is how we eat food, shower, and live. Then he said something like, 'I can see a future with you that I couldn't see with other girls when I would date them. I can really see you in my future.' And I was like 'You wanna marry me?!' and that was days before I wrote 'Marry Me' and then I walked down the aisle to this song."

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