Calum Scott unleashes his latest heartbreak song “If You Ever Change Your Mind”

LA Music Review | Art, stories and advice
by GERYL LIPAT


Heartbreaking yet full of hope!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

British singer-songwriter, Calum Scott, once again held our hearts through his wonderful music as he released his latest single about heartbreak – “If You Ever Change Your Mind“.

If you ever change your mind, I don’t know if I’ll take you back. But you know that I’ll be thinking ’bout that all night…“

“Five years ago, I fell in love so hard that ever since we parted ways, there has been an invisible tether between us, sometimes existing silently, other times pulling on me like a rope attached to my chest. I got together with Mozella and Hayley Warner in LA to write this one and had the pleasure of working with the legend, Greg Kurstin on track and vocals. I really enjoyed stepping into a new sound with Greg on this song”, Calum explained.

Watch the Official Video here:

This bittersweet masterpiece about a relationship is the third song to be from Scott’s upcoming second album, following “Rise” and “Biblical“, produced also by Greg Kurstin.

In life, there are always going to be things we will look back on and wish we did it differently, but those choices made us exactly who we are today. We may have regrets in the end, but we all must strive continuously to look at a better perspective, while realizing that we are always worthy of love!

Overall, the song beautifully narrated someone’s longing, along with conflicts and different emotions for his special someone!

⭐️ TRIVIA ⭐️

Start Streaming “If You Ever Change Your Mind” right here:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

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