The Second After Returns With New Song “Changes”
- American pop-punk band The Second After, consisting of Michael Greason, Ryan Mcdonald, and Nolan Shambley, is back with a new song “Changes”.
The track is their first single since the 2020 EP “We Are Who We Are”.
The accompanying music video was directed by Alex Zarek.
The Second After said of the song, “The only thing consistent about life has been its inconsistency. 'Changes' is a song about how hard and relentless it has been for me to deal with all the constant change. It's something I've always struggled with and has been the root of a lot of issues for me growing up. The song is a way for me to accept it as an inevitability and keep going.”
The Second After was formed by friends from central North Carolina in 2015. While this sounds like the typical high-school band story, it is far from that. The band brings an upbeat, hopeful tone to each song they release, reminding their listeners that all of life's challenges will pass. To date, the band has released three EPs, the 2016 “Hit & Run”, the 2018 “Treadmill at the Finish Line” and the 2020 “We Are Who We Are”.
- source : Apple Music