Alana Springsteen’s new song “Trust Issues” is out now, May 13th, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new track below.
Alana Springsteen noted that her latest release, “Trust Issues”, is her favorite song that she has written to date and we have to admit, it’s ours too! The new track follows recent releases “New Number” and “Me, Myself and Why”. This group of songs is expected to make up the sequel project to Springsteen’s debut project History of Breaking Up (Part 1) EP.
Written with Sasha Sloan, Jessie Jo Dillon, and Nick Bailey, Springsteen describes the day they wrote the song together as “more of a therapy session than anything else”. Springsteen was not the only one in the room who had just gone through a break-up, and she believes that them being in that room with her gave her the courage to say what she needed to out loud. Springsteen shared that “’Trust Issues’ was painful to write. It’s a song I had put off writing, but I knew needed to get out. For my sake.”
This song is about heartbreak, lies that unfold, and the pain of realizing the person you were with is not the person you thought they were. It’s about the fear of not knowing if you will be able to trust someone or a relationship again. Although the message is deep, it doesn’t come off as a sad song and instead is a heartbreak anthem with a feel-good tempo.
“Thank you for all of the lies // And thank you for wreckin’ my life // Thank you for the tears and the unnecessary drama // Can’t believe I let someone like you around my mama // Thank you for breakin’ my heart // And thank you for leavin’ a scar // You got all my love and then you even took the truck too // And all I got are trust issues”
Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about future Alana Springsteen releases.
“Trust Issues” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.