Alana Springsteen’s new song “New Number” is out now, April 8th, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new track below.
Last month, Alana Springsteen released “Me, Myself, and Why” which was the first release off her upcoming project History of Breaking up (Part Two). Part One, which was her first album, was released last year and included singles like “Zero Trucks”, “California”, and “Trying Not To” with Roman Alexander.
Today, continuing to tease us with releases from her next highly anticipated project, Springsteen just dropped the album’s second single, “New Number”. The catchy and relatable track was written by Shane McAnally, Ashley Gorley, and Rhett Akins. Sprinsteen co-produced the single with Cameron Jaymes. As Springsteen co-wrote each of the songs on Part One and each song she has ever released, this makes “New Number” the first and only outside cut the artist has ever recorded.
“New Number” is a raw, stripped-down expression of heartache. The track forces you to feel each and every emotion coming from the artist as she suffers through the pain of trying to move on. Feeling that she can’t do it on her own and lacking the self-control necessary to do so, she is begging her ex to make it easy on her and get a new number so that the choice is no longer up to her.
“One that I ain’t dialed at least a couple thousand times // So I don’t have to hear you say hello and I don’t have to hear you say goodbye // Let me off the hook so I don’t have to wonder // If you don’t need me, you need a new number”
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