MusicGears Debuts New Single, ‘Fix What’s Broken,’ Companion Video

Gears Debuts New Single, ‘Fix What’s Broken,’ Companion Video


March 24 — Hard rock outfit Gears kicked off the weekend with the premiere of its latest single and video.

The band premiered its new single, ‘Fix What’s Broken‘ and the song’s companion video Friday. The musical arrangement featured in the band’s new single boasts a familiar melodic hard rock sound and stylistic approach that is easily comparable to work from the likes of Sevendust and The Veer Union. Even in that continued similarity in sound and style the arrangement still boasts its own identity, which helps it succeed in its own right.

The lyrical theme that accompanies the song’s musical content is, according to front man William “Tripp Sixx” Gonzalez, a commentary about approving of one’s self, rather than trying to get approval of self from others.

“You push and you push, trying to get to a point where the masses think you should be. For what? At the end of the day, you have to do you for you,” Gonzalez said. “I’m at a point in music and in life where I do what I want. I pushed through doubts and demons, worked on myself and built up that confidence, and said screw it. If you are waiting for your happiness to be brought to you, offered to you, or to come out of somebody else’s mouth…take a seat because you will be waiting until you die! Happiness does not come in a store, you can’t find it anywhere (except within yourself), and nobody but you can give or take it from you!”

The video for Gears’ new single is a simple presentation. It features Tripp Sixx front and center singing along in a very tight close up as the song plays over the visualization. His band mates are in the background, rocking out as he takes the camera’s attention.

The debut of Gears’ new single comes three months after the premiere of the band’s then latest single, ‘Lost Again.’ More information on that song, the band’s new single, video, and all of the band’s latest news is available at: