Nick Santino Announces Debut Full Length Album


Nick Santino, former frontman of pop-rock four piece A Rocket To The Moon, announces the release of his debut full-length album, Big Skies. The album, produced by Pat Kirch of Arizona’s The Maine, is set to release May 27th via EightyOneTwentyThree. Working for the first time as a solo artist under his own name, followers of his former band are sure to hear Santino’s musical progression and growth as an artist in his newer material. Fans were treated to an early track off the album earlier this year with the release of  “Long Way Home”, a song co-written by Santino and John O’Callaghan as part of the collaborative 8123 Single Series. Following his LP debut, Santino will spend the summer on the Vans Warped Tour supporting his record with daily performances on the Acoustic Basement Stage.

Big Skies will be available for fan pre-order as of next week. The album is set to release worldwide May 27th.


“Long Way Home” is currently available on iTunes 



1. Bad Taste

2. Can’t Say I Miss You

3. Gone Like Yesterday

4. Jackson Browne

5. Keep On Going

6. Back To Where I’m From

7. It Is What It Is

8. Have A Little Faith In Me

9. Long Way Home

10. Mood Ring Eyes

11. She Don’t Miss Me