Jace Martin Vows To Love You Until His Last Breath

The Six Nations singer-songwriter holds on to love in his latest heartfelt single.


Jace Martin celebrates an endless love in his new single My Last Breath — showcasing today on Tinnitist.

The lead single from the award-winning Ontario musician’s upcoming album Beautiful Broken Pieces, My Last Breath offers a glimpse into the album’s introspective exploration, captivating audiences with its soul-stirring melody and heartfelt lyrics. The rootsy pop track blends acoustic-driven melodies with Martin’s uplifting vocals that builds to an exhale as he surveys his own little piece of heaven.

Beautiful Broken Pieces, Martin’s fifth studio album, is a testament to his artistic evolution and resilience. The album is a collaborative effort with co-writer and co-producer Justin Abedin, who previously collaborated with Martin on the Billboard-charting hit Free to Fly in 2017.

This album, inspired by the late music icon Chris Cornell, delves deep into Martin’s emotions, and is his most honest and vulnerable work to date. Beautiful Broken Pieces is built on a foundation of inspiration, hope, and vulnerability with Martin encouraging listeners to speak up, fostering healing and hope through his music.

Martin’s extensive career is marked by milestones such as chart-topping radio hits, national TV appearances, and performances for millions during the 2015 Pan Am Games. His influence extends beyond the stage as the star of The Harv N Jace Show on Bell TV. Beyond his musical accomplishments, Martin is president of The Darren Ross Agency, a record label and booking agency in Six Nations, Ontario. With over 25 years of experience in the industry, Martin has garnered a reputation as an award-winning artist, songwriter, producer, and event manager. His agency represents Juno winners such as Crystal Shawanda and Derek Miller.

Check out My Last Breath above, sample more from Jace Martin below, and keep up with him on his website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.


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