We All Need a Reason to Believe

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We All Need a Reason to Believe
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Studio album by Valencia
Released 26 August 2008
Genre Pop punk
Alternative rock
Length 38:28
Label Columbia
Producer Ariel Rechtshaid
Valencia chronology
This Could Be a Possibility
(2005)This Could Be a Possibility2005
We All Need a Reason to Believe
Dancing with a Ghost
(2010)Dancing with a Ghost2010
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AbsolutePunk 89%[1]
Alternative Press 4/5 stars

We All Need a Reason to Believe is the second full-length studio album by American pop punk band Valencia. In July, the band supported All Time Low on their headlining US tour.[2] It was released in the United States on 26 August 2008.[3] The album was the band's first on label Columbia Records, after their first album was released on I Surrender. It was produced by Ariel Rechtshaid, who has done projects for We Are Scientists and Plain White T's.[1] An early review from AbsolutePunk writer Drew Beringer stated the release proved Valencia is "a band that can breathe new life into pop-punk".[1]

The album title comes from lyrics in the second track, "Holiday".

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Better Be Prepared" — 3:09
  2. "Holiday" — 2:58
  3. "Where Did You Go?" — 3:21
  4. "Head in Hands" — 2:56
  5. "Carry On" — 3:41
  6. "All at Once" — 3:27
  7. "Safe to Say" — 3:21
  8. "Listen Up" — 3:39
  9. "I Can't See Myself" — 3:39
  10. "The Good Life" — 4:02
  11. "Free" — 4:18

Bonus track[edit]

  1. "Running Away" - 3:30

We All Need a Reason to B-Side[edit]

  1. "When Words Fail, This Music Speaks" — 2:41
  2. "Working" — 2:32
  3. "Running Away" — 3:33
  4. "A Better Place to Land" — 3:26



  1. ^ a b c Beringer, Drew (2008-07-18). "Valencia - We All Need A Reason To Believe". AbsolutePunk.net. Retrieved 2010-09-28. 
  2. ^ Wippsson, Johan (July 4, 2008). "All Time Low On Headlining Tour July 11-July 21; Band Joins Vans Warped". Melodic. Retrieved May 30, 2017. 
  3. ^ "Valencia plans August release". Punk News.org. 2008-06-14. Retrieved 2008-07-20.