Newcomer Ross Ellis taps into the transformative power of romance in the new track, “Love Blind,” a meditative anthem to becoming a better man.
Written by Ellis alongside Zach Kale and Allison Veltz Cruz, the faith-filled track was inspired by the Louisiana native’s relationship with his longtime girlfriend, Brittany — all about the good man she sees, and the man Ellis strives to be. But with gracious lyrics and a string-laden, symphony-epic sound, it’s not just about being thankful for a woman’s ability to overlook her guy’s shortcomings. It’s about wanting fix those shortcomings all together.
“This song is a prayer from my heart,” Ellis admits. “A prayer that I can be the man the woman I love sees when she looks at me. I want to be the best version of myself for her and for me. That’s what ‘Love Blind’ is all about.”
“Tell all your angels / To work overtime / Stay on both shoulders / And keep me in line / You walked on water / And turned it to wine / So Lord make me better / And keep her love blind,” goes the deep thinking hook.