'Valentine' taken from Seasons Change's upcoming album 'Please Don't Leave.' Pre-order now here: https://nosleeprecords.com/product/75...
"Two years ago, on January 14, 2013, one of my best friends, my brother, Michael Valentine passed away unexpectedly. I was laying on the couch taking pictures with my girlfriend when I got the phone call that he was in the hospital, but already gone. I had never experienced real heartbreak, true agony, until that moment.
What hurt the most is that I never got to say goodbye, I wasn't ready to lose him. Nobody was. Michael was the kind of person that would show up to my house on a random day just to say hi, he would call out of nowhere just to tell me he loved me, and that he was proud of me and everything that I had become. We had known each other for about six years, and he was one of the only people that I felt comfortable enough to talk to about the things that really hurt me, he was the only person that was always there for me, rain or shine. Whatever, whenever. Losing him is the hardest thing I've ever had to deal with, and I still can't.
The song is about how badly I wish I had him back. It's about how no matter how hard I try, or how much time passes, I will never be able to cope with the pain or the reality of losing him. It's about how I sometimes wish that I could die, just so I can see him again, and have him tell me that everything is okay. "
Seasons Change have premiered a video for their latest single, "Valentine," over at AbsolutePunk.
Please Don’t Leave, which was produced by Sam Pura, comes out on April 7 via No Sleep Records. -- AP
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