'I want my sister to know my door will always be open for her,' the singer says.
After recently launching a full-fledged solo career with his vulnerable debut single "Remedy," WESLEY (Wesley Stromberg) is further proving that his new music will see the Emblem3 singer sharing his most personal stories to date. "Don't Have to Say You're Sorry," a scorchingly sympathetic ballad that shares insight into the addiction within the 24-year-old's own family, is premiering exclusively on Billboard today (Oct. 18).
The track opens with a phone recording from Stromberg's actual sister, who shares how she "struggled intensely," before Stromberg tenderly responds, "Brother, sister/You can always count on me when you're falling down." The track climaxes in an intense, electronic-leaning breakdown that gives the song a feeling of hopefulness and ends an adorable sign-off from his sister and her son, Stromberg's nephew.