To ‘make or break up’ That Is The Real Question

To ‘make or break up’ That Is The Real Question

The new single ‘make or break up’ by Christian French describes miscommunication in a relationship. But it also notes it’s important to get past hardships. The sobering acoustic sound of the beginning is contrasted by a small drop for the chorus. The sound itself reflects the title, two opposites.

Its clear communication is important in this song. The lyric “just say what we need to say / so we don’t make the same mistakes’ showcases relationship growth.”

‘make or break up’ Single Image Courtesy of SAS Entertainment

‘make or break up’ Comes from Real Experiences

The Indiana native has always written songs from personal experience and this time is no different. ‘make or break up’ reminds us his lyrics have always been about something real we can all experience.

“I wrote this song from an experience I had with someone where we were in a big fight, and neither of us were willing to budge,” the singer said. “In the end, we decided that we’d always be transparent with each other no
matter how badly it hurt because honesty is synonymous with love and respect in a relationship. It’s the only way a couple can continue to grow and can make or break any relationship.”

Oh yes, Mr. French, we hear you loud and clear! That’s a mature respectful view of a relationship if we’ve ever heard one!

Songs That Came Before ‘make or break up’

The drop of this song comes after releasing multiple songs this year, including ‘crowded room’ and ‘time of our lives.’ Check out the surreal music video for ‘crowded room’ below.

Like many of Christian French’s songs, ‘make or break up’ spins a slight positivity on life’s hardships. We applaud Christian for being able to do that with, not just relationships, but anxiety, doubt, and insecurity.

We simply cannot wait for the good things take time EP set to be released Aug. 24. Christian French has had an insane amount of success over the course of a few years and we can’t wait to see what he does next!

For now, let us know what your favorite French song is by tweeting us @TheHoneyPop or commenting below!


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