rupture, breach, break, severance, rift, falling out(noun)
a personal or social separation (as between opposing factions)
"they hoped to avoid a break in relations"
A disagreement; a major difference of opinion.
Falling Out is the second album by Peter Bjorn and John, released on October 4, 2004. While no videos were released, three singles were derived from the album; the promo-only single for Tailormade and full releases for Teen Love and It Beats Me Every Time. The last track on the album, 'Goodbye Again, Or...' is of very low quality in all formats, due to the only recording of the song coming from lead singer and guitarist Peter Moren's mobile phone- added to the album on the last day before mastering. During the tour for his first solo album The Last Tycoon, Moren has performed the song acoustically in an extended form featuring a harmonica solo. Wichita Recordings, responsible for later re-releases of the band's early work, later re-released this album with bonus tracks taken from the singles derived from the album, in the same manner as their debut work. The bonus tracks on this re-release included the extra tracks from the 'Beats, Traps & Backgrounds' EP and 'Fortune Favours Only The Brave', from the 'Teen Love' single. The single covers are notable for being composed entirely of text in the same font as that on the monochrome album art, which itself is a homage to The Velvet Underground's third, self-titled album. The all-text theme carried over into the band's live shows, with the backdrop printed with the word 'Backdrop' repeating endlessly over it, and the amplifiers decorated in the same manner.
The numerical value of falling out in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of falling out in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
My hair was falling out, my period stopped. I was only sleeping three hours a night.
Falling out of love is very enlightening. For a short while you see the world with new eyes.
We're not going to do that, geneva Convention affords only name, rank and serial number, and so that's what we're going to do. All of us are falling out.
What happens in turbulence [with anxious people] is enough stress hormones release that a person has trouble telling the difference between reality and imagination, so they start imagining the plane’s falling out of the sky. They really believe they’re about to die.
I knew the biggest thing was going to be being able to see and talk to other kids — being the interesting thing that kids want to talk to because you’re a robot, not because all of your hair is falling out, they’re not curious about their illness ; they’re curious about this cool robot — and that just frees the kids in a whole new way.
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