Listen to Patience and Lost now.
Acoustic singer/songwriter Cory Wells has shared two new singles ahead of his upcoming US tour with Wiliam Ryan Key (formerly of Yellowcard) and Selfish Things.
“Patience is a song I initially wrote a few years ago that was never really released,” Wells shares. “It’s about my experience with infidelity and the mental torment it caused to both parties involved. It is something almost everybody has to deal with at some time or other. It’s an issue that nobody should feel alone through. You are not alone.”
On Lost, he adds: “An ever-growing problem around us is drug abuse. Lost was written about my younger brother and his struggle with addiction. Opiates have taken more friends from me than I care to admit. The way my brother is handling this addiction has shown me for the first time that there is hope. Not everyone is lost forever.”
The Virtue Tour kicked off last Friday in Atlanta, with additional stops in Brooklyn, Chicago, Seattle, Los Angeles, and more.
Wells signed to Pure Noise Records late last year, along with releasing his most recent single Walk Away. He shared: “I’ve looked up to Pure Noise Records and their incredible roster for a long time. To be a part of that family now is such a surreal feeling. They believe in the music and they believe in me. Gratitude is an understatement. Only love.”
Reminds me a bit of Frank Turner