Drug addiction and bullying are both so prevalent among today’s youth. While the issues may not affect every individual, most young people can say they know someone struggling with peer pressure and the temptations we often face in new social situations. Growing up is hard and it’s even harder when your mind is not in the right place.
Dwellings recognize the epidemic of addiction in their new music video for “See It Through”. The video depicts the destructive cycle of a young man in midst of addiction while also showing the bullying and childhood trauma that led to his current situation. Toward the end of the video, the man is is face to face with his childhood self, seeing the innocence he has lost. When asked about the song, the band had this to say: “The song raises addiction awareness. We got some awesome people to be a part of the video and hope that addiction is not something to be taken lightly, rather we reach out to those who are struggling“. Dwellings will be releasing their debut full-length record, Lavender Town on June 29th via Tragic Hero Records.
Dwellings “Lavender Town” available NOW worldwide via Tragic Hero Records. Order now: http://www.merchbucket.com/category/DWELLINGS.html Directed by Atrocious Works Productions Actors – Dillon Keeler, Chris Adam Stewart, Julian Grenz, Hannah Sorrell, Victoria Quintero, Josh Fernandez, A.j Davidson Music Mixed & Produced by Josh Benton -LYRICS- See it fall apart in your own hands See it fall apart in your own hands What you called this was romance Well no more, well no more.