Honest Men Share New Single ‘A Spectrum’

Texas-based band Honest Men, consisting of frontman Seth Findley, guitarist Brooks Whitehurst, and drummer Zach Solomon, are back with their thought provoking new single A Spectrum
Taken from their highly anticipated sophomore album Field of Vision, set to arrive on November 12th, A Spectrum is an exploration of existence, the cascade of human emotions that one goes through in life, day by day, week by week. This message is wrapped around an infectious indie-pop production with a joyful beat nicely intertwined with steady percussion and silky guitar riffs that create the perfect background for Seth Findley's smooth vocals to soar. 
Accompanying the release, Honest Men have shared its official music video, directed by Bram VanderMark, which beautifully embodies the song's atmosphere. Check it out below!



Speaking about the song, Honest Men said,
Life is a dichotomy, a constant pull in two directions for every facet that makes us human. Existence is defined by our relationships, emotions, decision making, lusts, desires, needs, spirituality, and set of beliefs. The very fabric of who we are lies on these numerous spectrums. On one side, there’s fulfilment and wellbeing. On the other there’s thrill but no satisfaction. Life is a constant battle of toeing the line. We make mistakes, we burn bridges, we rise and we fall. We observe others do the same while all along telling ourselves and the people we love that in the end everything’s going to be okay. ‘A Spectrum’ is a 20,000 foot view of life itself. It’s an attempt to take a step back, cut ourselves slack for the mistakes and hardships we endure, and extend grace to others on the journey..