Words: Steve Brown
Luke Evans has released the second single from his debut album ‘At Last’.
Earlier this year, the Beauty and the Beast star announced he will be releasing his first album and this month the actor-turned-singer revealed some of the covers that will be featured on the album.
The album - which will be released on November 22 - will cover the likes of Pat Benatar's rock classic 'Love is a Battlefield', which was released on October 11.
Other tracks include U2's 'With Or Without You', Maria McKee's 'Show Me Heaven', Roberta Flack's 'The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face' and Cher's iconic track 'If I Could Turn back Time'.
And now, the Hollywood actor has released the second single – a cover of Conrad Sewell’s popular, moving ballad.
When talking about the new single, Evans said: “’Changing’ is a powerful song about the challenges people face when in relationships that are perhaps not meant to be.
“Sometimes we find ourselves willing to do anything to make a relationship work, and in the end, you find yourself very unhappy and broken down from all the energy you’ve put in to making it work.
“The main message of this song is just be yourself with the other person, and the love will eventually find its way.”
Pre-order the new album here and listen to the new single below: