Trevor Startt’s latest single “All On Me” is a breakup song that is a self reflective apology.
No one should be treated the way I treated you
But I’m always looking out for what’s shiny & new
I thought the grass would be greener on the other side
Everything was so much better when you were mine, when you were mine
Trevor Startt wrote “All On Me” while sitting at home alone on a beautiful Saturday last Spring. Reflecting, he realized that he had written plenty of songs in his life about having his heart broken but had never written one about the many hearts that he had broken. This song came from the weight of responsibility and feeling of fierce regret that he felt after ending a relationship with an incredible woman..
Although he wishes that he had made a different decision, he is glad that he was able to put pen to paper and write this song. This is a song that every one no matter where they are when it comes to romance can enjoy and relate to its themes.
Atlanta is Trevor’s hometown and he finds that there are so many locations and memories that he can draw on when he writes. This comes through clearly on “All on Me.” Each specific location mentioned in this song stems from memories Trevor shared with his lost love.
So from Piedmont Park to The Battery, realize not it’s all on me
From suburban nights to ITP, realize now it’s all on me
From my bedroom to your balcony, realize now it’s all on me
From the mountaintop to the brewery, realize now it’s all on
Up 85 & down Peachtree, realize now it’s all on me
And from Kennesaw to Tennessee, realize now it’s all on me
“All On Me” was recorded, engineered and produced by Mike O’Brien at Lucko Sound Studio in Atlanta, GA. Joining Trevor Startt on drums is Aaron Sterling who has performed with John Mayer, Taylor Swift and Keith Urban. Final mastering was done by Pete Lyman.
You can stream “All On Me” on Spotify, Apple Music and Google Play. “All On Me” is the first of four singles that Trevor Starrt will be releasing this year. The next single, “What We Got” will be released in early June.