Postcards From The Moon Release Music Video for New Single “Just Make Sure You’re Happy”

Violin-driven pop punk quintet Postcards From The Moon are gearing up for the release of their new record Me Without You on April 5th. Today, you can watch a music video for the first single “Just Make Sure You’re Happy” via Substream Magazine.

“Just Make Sure You’re Happy” is the ultimate tone-setter for the new EP, with a sincere melody written about a failed relationship and just hoping the other person finds happiness.

The song is about a girl I was with in high school,” says vocalist Caleb Rangel. “I came to the realization that she’ll never be with me again, so I wanted to send a message saying that whoever she does end up with, better make her super happy. That’s all I ask for.


Me Without You is the sophomore EP from the self-proclaimed “Sad Boys of San Antonio” and is mostly a reflection and acceptance of things we cannot change. It was produced by Kevin W. Gates (Never Shout Never, Stephen Jerzak, The Ready Set).

Listen to “Just Make Sure You’re Happy” on Spotify.


This nostalgic pop-punk gem sounds like if Mayday Parade had a violin, and it rules.
Substream Magazine

This slow jam will have you reminiscing of your high school sweetheart while admiring some beautiful violin strings.
Alternative Press


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