Debby Ryan is gearing up to head out on tour this summer with her band The Never Ending and she’s giving us a sneak peek of what to expect.
The band has a new song called “Secondhand” which is very personal to Debby. In a letter posted with the video of the song, the 22-year-old gets personal about love and heartbreak and shares some insight into the song. “Falling in love is a mix of all powerful things – Acceptance. Strength. Passion. War – and when these things all collide in the human heart, it becomes effervescent. Fireworks. Volcanic explosions. Lightning strikes. – a heart on fire.”
She continues, “It can show you purpose, reinvent your weaknesses, inherently and powerfully shift your perspective. It can also bring challenging, debilihtating fears…
Mistakes that you’ve written off as lesssons start to weigh heavy as burdens when someone offers to help carry yours. Damages are left from when monsters felt entitled to your heart or your mind or your body. The shame they left blinding you to cover their tracks…”
She finishes by saying, “So yeah I wrote this song out of all those questions and embers and feels, and now my best friends help turn pain into beauty in our band The Never Ending.”
The song is beautiful and we can’t wait to see Debby play it live. You can catch The Never Ending on tour with Fifth Harmony starting in July. What do you think of “Secondhand”?