Tate Logan of the band Happy. has made his solo debut with “Kill Me to Try.” The track was accompanied by a music video.

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Logan spoke about the meaning behind the song in a press release.

“It’s about being so deep in a dream that the concept of failure that may or may not come is out of sight and currently irrelevant,” he says. “It’s a lust so great that you’re willing to turn your life upside down for the slightest chance something incredible could happen. Sometimes packing your shit, quitting your job and moving as far from home as possible is the only way you’ll ever truly find out.”

The song was written by Logan and Andy Tongren, with Matt Squire (Panic! At The Disco, the Maine) both writing and producing on the track.

Check out the music video for “Kill Me to Try” below.