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“Isaac: How would you describe your music to others? Meno: This is always the hardest question, not because we think we are unique and the only ones doing what we do, but because what we think we sound like is not what we hear from our fans. Our fans and listeners compare us to Santana, U2, America.”
““Hearts Get Broken” by the rock quartet MenO explores the moving-on process in lyrics such as “That’s alright, I’m OK/Hearts get broken every single day/ … I’m just trying to revive/All that hope I had inside/That one day I can find/The one special in my life.” The song, says singer-guitarist Jose Mena, was inspired by a broken heart suffered by his brother, the trio’s main songwriter, bassist and lead vocalist Andres Mena. “It expresses sadness, confusion, anger, hope and all those mixed feelings we get when going through something like that,” he says.”