Good Charlotte Shares “Self Help” Video + Free Download of “Prayers”

The powerful new video tackles mental health

October 26, 2018
Musician Joel Madden of Good Charlotte

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Good Charlotte have stayed true to their style with their latest album, Generation Rx. The thought-provoking album continues to dive into dark topics with the new visual for single “Self Help.”

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The new visual follows their trend of telling stories through their music videos. Following the life of a young boxer, a dramatic yet realistic video switches between clips of the band and clips of the athlete training.

Described in a press release as a “physical metaphor for the song's tough lyrical themes,” the boxer represents the determination needed to beat demons such as depression and self-doubt.

Watch the new video below:

Along with the video, the band is giving you a free download of previous single “Prayers.” The powerful song tackles the touchy topic of having a “thoughts and prayers” mindset rather than taking action and actually addressing the issue.

Click here for a free download of “Prayers.”