Singer/Songwriter Rob Eberle Presents New EP "i can't say goodbye"

Posted Nov. 30, 2022

Insightful Lyrics and Intricate Melodies Abound on Sophomore Offering

Singer/Songwriter Rob Eberle Presents New EP

Prolific young singer/songwriter/producer Rob Eberle is proud to present his sophomore EP release, "i can't say goodbye," now available on Spotify and all the major music services.

Listening to the lyrics on his debut EP, "WHERE'S MY MIND?," there is no doubt that "High School" Rob Eberle's life had been the living proof of teenage heartbreak. Now at the ROC NATION School, his sophomore release, "i can't say goodbye," takes a different approach. This time, Eberle focuses on writing songs that were inspired by other people's heartbreak and hardships, telling the story through their eyes.

The five-song collection is broken up into five different emotions. The feeling of anger shown through the production and lyricism of "wanting more," the feeling of fear described through "far," despair through "reckless," angst through "hope u feel ok," and finally, vulnerability through "there's not enough time?"

Rob writes all of his own music and lyrics, and works with various producers to create unique moments within his songs. Each one of Eberle's songs are stories and moments into his life and others around him.

Influences from an eclectic group of artists such as Finneas & Billie Eilish all the way to Madison Beer, Olivia Rodrigo, and Panic! At the Disco have helped to create Eberle's genre-bending darker-alternative to traditional pop rock.

About Rob Eberle:

Rob Eberle is a young, versatile singer, songwriter and producer from Long Island, NY. Rob's ability to capture snapshots of his life and others' experiences is a special gift that separates him from lyricists within his genre.

Since the release of Eberle's first single, "Enough," in 2020, he has continued to raise the bar with impeccable lyricism and melodic mastery. 2021 saw the release of his debut EP, "WHERE'S MY MIND?". The future is a mystery, but the destination is not.