The real surprise on this track is Poynt Blank's feature. He bursts into the scene with a deep and powerful line that just hits you right in the gut: "I'm tired of watering dead flowers, I feel like I've lost all my powers." It's a line that perfectly captures the frustration of trying to make a relationship work when it's just not happening. And his story complements Aro Rose's so well, it's like they were meant to collaborate.
Let me tell you about this fire track I just discovered! Aro Rose’s “Falling Apart” is the ultimate jam for all the lonely hearts out there. With smooth lyrics and a vibe that hits you right in the face, this song has everything you need to get lost in your emotions.
Aro Rose is an amazing storyteller, and this song tells the tale of two young lovers who ultimately end up heartbroken. It’s the kind of story that anyone can relate to, most especially, the alpha generation and Gen Zs.
The vocals on this track are straight fire, and Aro Rose brings just the right amount of pain to really make you feel the lyrics. The soft keyboard and percussion create a dope beat that lifts the energy of the song. And as the song progresses, the instrumentals build up to a crescendo that blows your mind.
She sings a lot like Sia with the potential for having a good vocal range which she didn’t flex too much on this song. She also brings an Adele flex to the song with the depth of her voice which she orchestrated a few times in the song. If you’re a Sia or Adele fan, Aro Rose is definitely your type.
The chorus is where this song really shines, with the line “young faces broken hearts, can’t keep from falling apart” capturing the heart of the song. It’s a powerful one-liner that sums up the entire experience. Aro Rose’s lyrics are so personal and relatable, it’s like she’s speaking directly to your soul.
But the real surprise on this track is Poynt Blank’s feature. He bursts into the scene with a deep and powerful line that just hits you right in the gut: “I’m tired of watering dead flowers, I feel like I’ve lost all my powers.” It’s a line that perfectly captures the frustration of trying to make a relationship work when it’s just not happening. And his story complements Aro Rose’s so well, it’s like they were meant to collaborate.
The back and forth between the two artists in the second half of the song is pure fire. It’s like Nasty C and Rowlene on “SMA,” but with a totally different vibe. The whole thing is just so fresh and exciting, you can’t help but hit repeat over and over again.
At 3 minutes and 47 seconds, “Falling Apart” has amazing replay value. This is the kind of song you can listen to on repeat for hours and never get tired of it. I give it a 10/10, any time, any day. If you’re looking for a track to get lost in your emotions, “Falling Apart” will do it for you. Trust me when I say you won’t be disappointed.