Canadian rock band Glorious Sons drops their new single “Panic Attack” with a powerful video to match.
During a press release, the band had said that the song is about “anxiety’s all-encompassing grip.” This is represented by frontman Brett Emmons being strapped to a chair as the walls shake surrounding him and caving in, giving the feeling of being enclosed. Emmons also has a bag over his head, representing the feeling of being unable to breathe. The video accurately symbolizes the tight grasp of anxiety, and what it feels like to endure a panic attack.
Watch Glorious Sons’ “Panic Attack” below.
Want to catch them live? Glorious Sons are touring all summer, including opening for the Rolling Stones in Oro-Medonte, ON.
For full tour dates, you can find it on their official website here