Postcards From The Moon just released their new single “Just Make Sure You’re Happy” and a music video for the song.

Listen to “Just Make Sure You’re Happy” here:

The band is a pop-punk quintet based out of San Antonio, Texas. The self-proclaimed “sad boys” have something a little extra special about them. If you give them a listen, you will notice a violin featured in their sound. Yes, a violin. It mixes into the music beautifully and gives them a sound that stands out from the crowd.

Gearing up for the April 5th release of their new EP ‘Me Without You’, the new single sets the tone for the EP with its sincere melody written about a failed relationship and just hoping the other person finds happiness. The music video for the single, which was directed and shot by Timekeeper Media, complements the song perfectly. ‘Me Without You’ is the sophomore EP from the band and is mostly a reflection and acceptance of things we cannot change. It was produced by Kevin W. Gates (Never Shout Never, Stephen Jerzak, The Ready Set).

“Just Make Sure You’re Happy” is well-written with sweet and emotional vocals that will pull at your heartstrings. Given how good this single and video are, I cannot wait to hear the upcoming EP. Postcards From The Moon is a band that you will want to watch.

Photo Credit: Daniel Grove