Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Postcards From The Moon for fans of Yellowcard and Mayday Parade

Violin-driven pop punk quintet Postcards From The Moon are gearing up for the release of their new record Me Without You on April 5th. The sophomore EP from the self-proclaimed "Sad Boys of San Antonio" is mostly a reflection and acceptance of things we cannot change.
The first single "Just Make Sure You're Happy" is the ultimate tone-setter for the EP, with a sincere melody written about a failed relationship and just hoping the other person finds happiness . "Just Make Sure You´re Happy" drops March 8th.
Inspired by a Snapchat story, "Wish You The Best" might be the millennial anthem for ex-friends. "While I was working on this song I came across a friend's story where she was talking about missing a friend," says vocalist Caleb Rangel. "It was literally the topic I was writing about, so I got the 'okay' to use some of her words."
Me Without You was produced Kevin W. Gates (Never Shout Never, Stephen Jerzak, The Ready Set).

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