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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. Today, you can watch a music video for the first single "Just Make Sure You're Happy" via Substream Magazine.
"Just Make Sure You're Happy" is the ultimate tone-setter for the new EP, with a sincere melody written about a failed relationship and just hoping the other person finds happiness.
"The song is about a girl I was with in high school," says vocalist Caleb Rangel. "I came to the realization that she'll never be with me again, so I wanted to send a message saying that whoever she does end up with, better make her super happy. That's all I ask for."
Me Without You is the sophomore EP from the self-proclaimed "Sad Boys of San Antonio" and is mostly a reflection and acceptance of things we cannot change. It was produced by Kevin
W. Gates (Never Shout Never, Stephen Jerzak, The Ready Set).
"This nostalgic pop-punk gem sounds like if Mayday Parade
had a violin, and it rules." -Substream Magazine
"This slow jam will have you reminiscing of your high school sweetheart while admiring some beautiful violin strings." -Alternative Press