Flowers has written about his wife's mental health problems before, including on "Wonderful Wonderful
" and "Some Kind of Love
." However, on Imploding The Mirage
he deals with the positive side of getting through difficult times.
"The good thing about this new record is that it doesn't focus on the doom and gloom, as much as on the perseverance and the recovery," Flowers told The Sun
. "It's triumphant in a beautiful way. I feel happiness is manifest on the record."