Hard rock band Spoken has released the second single from their upcoming album, Breathe Again, entitled “Falling Apart.” The single follows the title track, which featured guest vocals from Memphis May Fire’s Matty Mullins. The Fayetteville, AR-based band shot the video in Columbia, TN, at a graveyard for business signs.

Speaking via press release, the band delved into a little bit about the process behind writing the song:

“Falling Apart is about our past. We all have one, whether we like it or not. If our past currently affects our future, it’s no longer our past; it is our present which shapes our future. We can’t let our past define us. Instead, we need to set new goals and ambitions for our lives, free from the insecurities and doubt which cases us to fall apart.”

The new album from Spoken will be available Dec. 11.

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