One half of Rod + Rose, Rodney Atkins, produced the track alongside Seth Mosley, which follows Rod + Rose’s debut offering, “Being Here, Being There.” Originally written by Caitlyn Smith, Trevor Dahl, Brenton Duvall, Johnny Price and Kiara Saulters and originally performed by electronic music trio Cheat Codes, the tracks lyrics sum up Rose Falcon and Atkins’ real life love story.
“To me, it’s a song about falling together instead of falling apart during difficult times,” explains Falcon. “2020 was a challenging year for us and most everyone we know, but we got through it. When life gets messy, we lean on, and into, each other. We aren’t perfect, and it’s not always butterflies and roses; but we stick together, and at the end of the day, we can laugh at all the crazy times we have been through.”
Married since 2013, Falcon was a rock ’n’ roll artist who was offered a record deal at 15 and has since written songs recorded by Faith Hill, Lady A and Eric Paslay. Meanwhile, Atkins is an established country singer-songwriter who’s had six No. 1s.
The duo co-wrote several tracks for Atkins’ latest album, Caught Up In The Country, whose Gold-certified title-cut had set the record for the longest-running single in Billboard Country Airplay history at 57 weeks.
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