Lead singer Mike Donehey says he wrote this song after his wife told him she was worn out. The young parents hadn’t slept in months since the birth of their second daughter, and he poured the weariness he and his wife felt at the time into “Worn,” found on the band’s current album, The Struggle (Reunion). But you don’t have to experience the depth of a parent’s exhaustion to relate to the prolific lyrics of this song. If you find yourself in a restless, tired season, feeling like you have no fight left, this song is for you.
Audio Adrenaline released their comback album 'Kings & Queens' on March 12th. Hear the Story behind the song.
Jenny Simmons (lead singer of the former band Addison Road) stopped by the K-LIFE studios for a visit. If you missed Durban's interview with her, enjoy the live version of 'Heaven Waits For Me'
The album's title track is autobiographical and brutally honest - as so much of Plumb's music often is. In it, Lee sings about the anxiety that she dealt with as a teenager and that she sometimes still experiences as an adult. It is there, in the midst of those panic attacks, that she needs God more than ever. More ...