Let's Not Be Alone Tonight
by R5

Album: Sometime Last Night (2015)

Songfacts®:

  • The four Lynch siblings, including Austin & Ally star Ross Lynch, comprise 80 percent of the pop-rock group R5 (family friend, drummer Ellington Ratliff is the fifth member). This contemplative track was released as the second single from their Sometime Last Night album.

    "That is a perfect party scenario," guitarist Rocky Lynch commented to Artist Direct of the track. "You go to a party or a bar, if you are single, and you are on the lookout for attractive people you can talk to. That is the perfect way for that night to end."

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