Independent rock band The Mylars unveiled the video for its latest single this week.
The band debuted the video for its new single ‘Breathe Again’ via Pure Grain Audio. The catchy, guitar-driven song is included in the band’s most recent album, 2017’s Melody Records. It is a work that will appeal both musically and lyrically to fans of Lifehouse, Goo Goo Dolls, Vertical Horizon, Sister Hazel and other similar acts.
Front man Danny Roselle explained the song’s lyrical theme in a recent interview, saying that the song focuses on taking chances and understanding everything that goes into taking those chances.
“‘Breathe Again’ is a song about going up against the odds time and time again and the sacrifices that are constantly being made to follow your dream,” Roselle said. “It’s a song about the reality of going after that dream and how it can really affect everyone else around you. It’s about believing in “that moment” and it’s about realizing how spcial that moment is. The moment those lights go down and it’s just the five of you making it happen. It’s that moment that keeps me, Quig, Chris, Nashville and Nick all constantly going forward.”
‘Breathe Again’ follows the release of the album’s lead single and video ‘Forever Done,’ last August and its follow-up, the video for the band’s cover of The Cars’ hit song ‘Let’s Go.’ Both songs are included in Melody Records, The Mylars’ debut album. The band also released a video for its cover of The Tories’ ‘Wonderful Life‘ this past December as a special Christmas gift to audiences.
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