NEEDTOBREATHE Releases New Single

Chase down the silver lining, we’re gonna find a way,” lead singer Bear Rinehart of multi-platinum rock band NEEDTOBREATHE recites on their newest single, “Hideaway,” released today.

Co-written by Rinehart and notable Nashville songwriters Trent Dabbs and John-Luke Carter, “Hideaway” is a catchy, uplifting track that will resonate with listeners that have ever felt tired, beaten down, or alone.

Described as “hopeful and joyful” (Rolling Stone) and as “delivering a passion through their music that leaves their fans feeling like they’ve just climbed down from a mountain” (Forbes) the comforting message of “Hideaway” encourages resiliency through the hard times.

It’s also what initiated the recording process for the band’s new album CAVES. “We traveled to Utah to do pre-production on some new songs, and ‘Hideaway’ came together in a really magical way,” NEEDTOBREATHE explains, “It’s one of our favorite moments on the record.”

Fans can listen to “Hideaway” here today and pre-order or pre-save CAVES here.

Due out September 15, CAVES is a collection of awe-inspiring melodies, breathtaking instrumentation, and epic-scale energy, giving the band’s soul-probing approach a bigger, more expansive new scope—-one that American Songwriter writes is “brimming with anthemic, arena-worthy sounds” and has “larger-than-life productions.”

The album features a diverse lineup of special guests, including country hitmakers Carly Pearce and Old Dominion, Northern Irish singer-songwriter Foy Vance, and alternative rock band Judah & The Lion, who will be touring with NEEDTOBREATHE this fall. Tickets are on sale now here.

CAVES was written in two post-pandemic phases–first during their aforementioned getaway in Utah, where the group was finally able to get together again, and then again after they returned to the road, re-acclimating to massive crowds alongside OneRepublic. The making of the album was captured in a two-part documentary, A World Without A Mirror: The Making of CAVES. To watch part one, click here.