Angels Fall

Album: Dark Before Dawn (2015)


  • The second single released by Breaking Benjamin after an extended break finds frontman Ben Burnley singing about refusing to give up when all appears to be lost. Speaking with KSHE 95, Burnley said he didn't want to shake things up too much with the new material: "I don't want to reinvent the wheel. I just want to write good music that's gonna stand the test of time and I try to do that," he explained. "Whether I accomplished that is another thing, but at least I try to do that."

    "And I think fans are noticing that the band hasn't changed just because I'm the main songwriter, I always have been, and my process - it's not gonna change," Burnley continued. "All I'm gonna try to do is just write really, really good songs and bring the Breaking Benjamin sound to another level."

Comments: 3

  • Matt From Bb Home State Of Pa from About 45 Minutes From Bb Home Town I dont think the song is sad as much as it makes us emotional including the tears it brings to my eyes. It makes me think of my angel and how much I love her, she has MS btw, and it makes me realize that no matter how bad things ever get I will always be here to pick us up and carry her forever in my arms because our love will never die
  • Vanessa from GaYes it's sad but it's also saying his love is eternal, even if he can't be there physically, he is still there. And he will be waiting. This song is very emotional for me. So beautiful and expressed exactly how I feel.
    At least imo.
  • Allison from Colorado, Springs Colorado Why this song has to be so sad?
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