Beartooth battles depression in “Sick of Me” video

Credit: Daniel HadfieldBeartooth has premiered the video for their single “Sick of Me.” The clip follows three people finding ways to cope with and overcome their struggles with depression.

The middle of the video then shifts to frontman Caleb Shomo, who opens up about his own battle with depression. “Depression and anxiety isn’t something you just get away from,” he says. “It’s just inside you. For me it’s just always in my brain churning. It’s about fighting it and overcoming it, you can’t run away from it. You have to deal with it.”

“This song is a big way to help,” Shomo continues. “At least for me, music has been implanted in my body and what I’ve connected with. When I go on stage everything goes away. If you can choose that you will not let depression and anxiety run your life, you’re going to make it. It’s your body and your life and your choice.”

The video ends with Beartooth performing “Sick of Me” live.

“Sick of Me” is a track from Beartooth’s latest album, Aggressive. The band is issuing a deluxe version of Aggressive this Friday, which will include six bonus songs, documentary footage, and 14 live tracks from their recent hometown show in Columbus, Ohio.

Beartooth will be touring the U.S. this summer on the 2017 Warped Tour.

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