Welshly Arms' second album No Place Is Home has been out for just over six months, but that hasn't stopped the Cleveland rock sextet from creating -- hence the new standalone single "Learn to Let Go," premiering exclusively below.
The song, a dynamic anthem that starts gently before building into a punchy rock anthem, is a product of the group's summer tour with Thirty Seconds to Mars. "There were a lot of days off and time to work on new music," frontman Sam Getz tells Billboard. "We had a day off in L.A. and took a writing day and worked on it, then ended up putting it aside for awhile." Once back in its home studio during the fall, Welshly Arms pulled the track out and finished it, with Getz completing his vocals in New York. "It started out as a straight rock n' roll song," Getz says, "then we decided we wanted to keep playing around with it and push in new directions, like we did with No Place Is Home. We tried a few different things with it and ended up with something we really like."