Hannah Ellis Drops New Song “Too Much & Not Enough”

Hannah Ellis releases new song “Too Much & Not Enough,” out now, November 10th, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new track below.

Time and time again, Hannah Ellis proves to be an artist to look out for. Today, she is giving fans another taste of her upcoming debut album, That Girl, slated for release on January 12th. Her new song, “Too Much & Not Enough” officially dropped today.

While each of the previously released songs on the record, including, “Wine Country,” “Someone Else’s Heartbreak,” and “Karma On The Rocks” brought an important type of honesty and introspection to the forefront, her newest single, “Too Much & Not Enough” may be her best yet. The new song is a painfully honest portrayal of how it feels to battle the feelings of not being everyone’s cup of tea. On the track, Ellis laments about feeling not enough and too much for people sometimes.

“Wish I could say what I think // Not think about it when I leave // or text them and take it back // I wish I could think I was great // and not feel like I’m taking away // from a shine someone else should have // I’m always apologizing for being unapologetic  // how’s a girl supposed to win, I don’t get it // I’m so sure of myself // and so insecure // I wish I could care less, a little bit more // It’s confusing as hell // being constantly stuck between too much and not enough”

“Too Much & Not Enough” is an incredible country song. The buzz around Ellis’ upcoming album is there for good reason!


Hannah Ellis shares new song, “Too Much and Not Enough,” out now on all streaming platforms.

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