Semisonic Debuts New EP’s Second Single

Courtesy: Pleasuresonic Records/Megaforce Records

Semisonic debuted another single this week from its forthcoming EP You’re Not Alone.

The band debuted the EP’s second single ‘All It Would Take‘ Friday.  The song’s musical arrangement opens with a soft, subtle piano line and vocals that gradually builds into a more energetic and upbeat sound in its verses.  That buildup serves to help translate the song’s lyrical theme.

Front man Dan Wilson discussed the song’s lyrical theme in a recent interview.

“I feel that in each of our lives, there is the possibility of meeting that one person who will change the way we see everything, a person who will give us a sense of new meaning, a mission, a passion,” said Wilson. “‘All it Would Take’ is my song for that moment, that person, that one voice that can change the world within you. Then you can turn outward and begin to change the world around you, too.”

Semisonic debuted the lead single from You’re Not Alone, its title track, last month.  Its debut was followed early this month with the debut of the song’s companion video.

You’re Not Alone is scheduled for release Sept. 18 through Pleasuresonic Records/Megaforce Records.  The EP’s track listing is noted below.


You’re Not Alone Tracklist:

1) You’re Not Alone

2) All It Would Take

3) Basement Tapes

4) Don’t Make Up Your Mind

5) Lightning


More information on Semisonic’s new single and EP is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:






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