When D and I decided to have Falling Back To Earth II be created we wanted to allow each song to both be a representation of a specific set of emotions, and also to be a time capsule of sorts for the time when those emotions were able to inspire the songs that came to fruition. The goal in each song was to try as much as possible to remove ourselves from the content of the songs in order to give the words a more universal feeling and vibe. I have always chartered my music around the basic principle of honoring the art form by carrying a certain level of honesty in what I write. I learned in letting these particular songs pour out of me that there is a way to convey a truth, or set of truths, so that the message is digestible by all those who choose to listen. I spent hours searching myself for the most adequate way to give descriptions of my loss, love, and struggles so that each listener would have the opportunity to possibly apply or pass forward pieces into their or the lives of others. Our goal wasn’t, in the end, to center on or glorify any one particular concept but to paint images that can be used in a broad spectrum of life events. This record isn’t about any one particular fall, but an offering to help those in there suffering to conquer their own negativity in a positive way. There is an appreciation you can gain for life in falling by regaining or establishing a new love of where it is you fell from….