Country newcomer Rachel Wammack lets her heart take flight in the uplifting new single, “Enough.”
Featuring soaring vocals and a soul-stirring country sound, the anthemic midtempo was co-written by Wammack with Laura Veltz and Sam Ellis. “Enough” is all about the triumphant realization that what really matters in life is not fame or fortune, but connection. Singing about front porch swings and little houses “a couple blocks from your mother,” the 24-year-old native of Muscle Shoals, Alabama, makes it clear that if all she had was love, it would be enough.
“In a world where we get tangled in a web of social media comparisons, materialistic goals, and fame-driven mindsets, I wanted to take a step back and capture what is really important to me,” Wammack explains. “That’s my family, that’s my brand new fiancé Noah – it’s the people who fill our cup and encourage us in the moments when we need it the most. Everything else in this life – the good and the bad – is just extra. Sometimes we give those feelings more power than they should have to rule our emotions and this song is a reminder of that for all of us.”
“Enough” is out at country radio now. Already named one of Sounds Like Nashville’s Ones to Watch in 2019, Wammack’s autobiographical debut single “Damage” came out last year. She’ll spend the summer on the road, appearing on festival lineups around the nation including Tortuga Music Festival, Stagecoach and Country LakeShake.