Let’s kick off this December Monday on a mellow note, shall we? Fueled By Ramen rockers A Rocket To The Moon are readying their sophomore LP Wild & Free for an early 2013 release. And in the lead-up, frontman Nick Santino tweeted the following on Friday (December 7): “We’re releasing a brand new song early next week. It’s one of the deepest songs we’ve written. Can’t wait for you to hear it.”
Well, the wait is over, ARTTM fans, as Idolator is officially premiering the new single, “Ever Enough,” today. Earlier this year, the band released their slightly country-leaning EP That Old Feeling. “Ever Enough,” produced by Mark Bright (Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan), plays like a natural progression from those four tunes, as the guitar-and-piano ballad kicks off on an acoustic note then launches into a love song so cinematic, it would make make Rascal Flatts (or, hell, even Bryan Adams) envious. Listen below.
“‘Ever Enough’ is a song about reassurance,” Nick Santino tells Idolator. “It’s about telling the person you care about that you will always be by their side through the thick and the thin, the good and the bad no matter what. We felt an instant spark when we started writing this song. It lifts you and drops you and picks you right back up again. Right when we got the first verse down we knew it was going to be a special song. We hope you agree.”
A Rocket To The Moon co-wrote “Ever Enough” with Green River Ordinance‘s Josh Jenkins, and the song will be made available on iTunes tomorrow (December 11). Let us know what you think of it below, or by hitting us up on Facebook and Twitter.