Seasons After are rocking strong thanks to their most recent album Manifesto, and the group is ready to dig a little deeper into the disc, exclusively debuting the lyric video for "Falling" right here at Loudwire.

The song opens on a somber note before turning from a mid-tempo rocker as it gains in intensity, strength and power. Singer Tony Housh's pipes are on full display as he nails the emotion of someone who is coming to terms with their "fall from heaven."

Guitarist Jim Beattie tells us, "'Falling' is about losing the brightest light in your life and recognizing that, from that loss, you may never be whole again."

The lyric video itself is fitting as the lyrics play out against the backdrop of a cloud filled sky, looking down on the fluffy white clouds from above with a pinkish and greenish hue.

"Falling" is featured on the band's most recent release, Manifesto, which yielded breakout single "Fighter" last fall. You can pick up "Falling" as a singular track here or get the full album at this location.

Seasons After just launched their summer tour. The "Lost in Space" trek also features Bridge to Grace and will continue through the end of July. See all of the scheduled stops below.

Seasons After / Bridge to Grace "Lost in Space" Tour

June 22 - Denver, Colo. @ Marquis Theater
June 24 - Greeley, Colo. @ Moxie Theater
June 25 - Grand Junction, Colo. @ Mesa Theater
June 27 - Salt Lake City, Utah @ Liquid Joe's
June 29 - Lewiston, Idaho @ 3rd Wheel
June 30 - State Line, Idaho @ Cruisers Bar & Grill
July 1 - Billings, Mont. @ Pub Station
July 3 - Junction City, Kan. @ Sundown Salute
July 5 - Moorhead, Minn. @ Garage Bar
July 6 - Omaha, Neb. @ Shamrock's
July 7 - Dubuque, Iowa @ The Venue
July 8 - Madison, Wis. @ The Annex
July 12 - Cadott, Wis. @ Rockfest Pre-Party
July 14 - St. Joseph, Mich. @ Czars 505
July 16 - Indianapolis, Ind. @ Taps Live
July 18 - Peoria, Ill. @ The Brass Rail
July 19 - Springfield, Mo. @ The Outland
July 20 - St. Louis, Mo. @ The Firebird
July 21 - Clarksville, Tenn. @ The Warehouse
July 22 - Woodstock, Ga. @ Madlife
July 23 - Tampa, Fla. @ Pegasus Lounge (no Bridge to Grace)
July 24 - Fort Myers, Fla. @ Howl (no Bridge to Grace)
July 25 - Winter Park, Fla. @ The Haven (no Bridge to Grace)
July 26 - Winston-Salem, N.C. @ Johnny & June's
July 27 - Wilmington, N.C. @ Throne Theater
July 28 - Fayetteville, N.C. @ Drunk Horse Pub
July 29 - Hickory, N.C. @ The Wizard Saloon