Country Duo Everette Reveals How Their Wives Inspired Their New Single 'Gonna Be a Problem'
The smooth new single was released last week, with an upbeat chorus capturing the moment of falling in love with someone new, and the second we heard it, we knew we had to find out more. Lucky for us, we were able to ask Everette's Brent Rupard and Anthony Olympia what the song means to them—and here's what they had to say.
The Story Behind 'Gonna Be a Problem'
Everette: Many of our songs start on the guitar, but this one started on the piano. We built the song title from that vibe and then the melody and so on.
What 'Gonna Be a Problem' Means
Everette: When we were writing this song, we were thinking about the moment we met our wives, and how they immediately turned our worlds upside down. We hope this song reminds you of the magic in that moment of when you met that special someone in your life.
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Everette's Favorite Lyric
Everette: The second verse lays it all out there: "I built up a thousand walls, so no one steals this heart at all, but every kiss is a wrecking ball." With this lyric, we hoped to show a deeper part of the story, the growing pains of when you meet that person.
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