Equal Vision Records’ alt/rock band Never Loved have shaken things up with the release of their new single, “Sunshine,” which is out now via the label.

The single is shadowy and visceral, reflecting on darker times in spite of it’s vibrant title.

Explains Never Loved vocalist Camm Knopp, “‘Sunshine’ is about wanting change and growth. I wrote this song during a time when I felt stuck in the same cycles and was surrounded by people who weren’t good for me. For a while I wasn’t even aware of that and the idea of being where I wanted to be didn’t feel possible. Eventually I reached a point where I felt like I had the choice to either create the change I wanted or remain where I was at. I used to be afraid of change, but now I trust it’s always for the best.”

Back in 2018, Never Loved signed with Equal Vision Records and began their current rise within the industry. Their debut, self-titled EP was produced by the multi-platinum producer, Matt Squire, and can be purchased here. They followed it up with the singles “Where Do I Go From Here?,” “Down,” and “Over It,” which was co-written by Nick Wheeler of All-American Rejects.