Originally titled Pittsburgh Steeler. The song was started based on a riff that guitarist Andy Prickett brought to the band.
The song was a fan favorite despite having having no chorus.
Singer Tim Taber says "Never Enough talks about how hard it is to accept God's grace. So in fact it's not like an inspiring Christian song, it's more like a struggle song."
The song references CS Lewis' book The Screwtape Letters. Screwtape was the name of a demon.
Of the song, Prickett says "It has a lot of elements that encompass the general idea of us and musical songwriting. It starts off mellow, and dynamically moves to a point to where it's about as kicking as we can get it. The intensity of the beginning is just as intense as the kickingness, because they're both together in the same song. The drum rhythm is pretty important in that one; it's just a heavy groove, and percussive in the verses. Vocally, it ranges from Tim singing almost shattered-like in the verses to confidently "it's never enough" to later on, during the guitar solo, there's a blood curdling scream. And then at the end, it finishes off with almost a praise-sounding finale."
Singer Leslie Dupre-Grimaud performed additional vocals on the track.