|"Go Big or Go Home"|
|Single by American Authors|
|from the album What We Live For|
|Released||May 18, 2015|
|American Authors singles chronology|
"Go Big or Go Home" is a song recorded by American pop rock band American Authors as the first single from their second studio album, What We Live For . The song was released on May 18, 2015.
"Go Big or Go Home" was released on digital retailers on May 18, 2015. The new album is scheduled to be released later this year via Island Records. The official lyric video premiered via Vevo on June 27, 2015. The band filmed the proper music video directed by Ethan Lader, in late May and it was premiered on July 10, 2015. The single was written by Zachary Barnett, Matt Sanchez, James Adam Shelley, Shep Goodman, Aaron Accetta and Jonnie Davis.
|1.||"Go Big or Go Home"||2:49|
|1.||"Go Big or Go Home" (Taylor Wise remix)||4:14|
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