Letters Sent Home release new music video for ‘Hysteria’

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LETTERS SENT HOME have released a new music video!

The new music video, for the track Hysteria, is taken from the German pop-rock band’s debut full-length album, Forever Undone, which was released on Friday.

Speaking about the song, vocalist Emily Paschke says, Hysteria shows the struggle to never be good enough in the age and eyes of social media and how even the slightest misstep can make you into a villain. It’s about the impact social media has on our perception of people.”

Watch the official music video for Hysteria here: 

Continuing to speak about the release of their debut album, Paschke says, Forever Undone tells different stories of my life that I’ve never told before, including themes like religious trauma, grooming and the relationship with my mother. It also portrays the hopelessness and helplessness of the younger people. This album is deeply personal. Talking about mental health is very important but we have talked about it so much already, we wanted to give other topics a stage now. With this album, we wanted to be as transparent as possible. People always liked the relatability and personality in our songs. We think we have pushed this to an extreme with this album. Musically we knew we needed to add more energy and attitude than before. We think this album perfectly portrays us with all our musical influences and personalities.”

Forever Undone is out now via SharpTone Records.

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