Post hardcore band Mika have released their debut album ‘For Every Bump On The Road, For Every Storm In The Sky’. The band states, “The album is full of personal stories. Where these stories not only cover the theme of romantic love but also friendship and family relationships. An example is the first two songs, namely, Embrace and Losing Fight. Embrace tells the story of the relationship between father and son, where the child always remembers childhood memories with his father who passed away when he was going through his toughest time. The son hopes to meet his father again even in a dream. Meanwhile, Losing Fight tells the story from the point of view of his father who is seriously ill and is nearing the end of his life. The father imagined how he would miss the moments of adulthood, marriage, and birth after he was gone. The theme of parents and children is also found in track 5 Stay for The Night which tells about the personal experience of one of the personnel, when his father passed away, he was working outside the island and missed his funeral. The personnel regretted the situation when he should have been present at his father’s last moments, in fact, he had to be far away. Apart from the family theme, there are also themes about trials, acceptance, sincerity, and the fact of life that people will come and go like on tracks 6, 7, and 8, namely For Every Bump On The Road / For Every Storm In The Sky, Acceptance, and Glance.