Employed To Serve Release New Video For Harsh Truth
Employed To Serve have dropped a brand new video for Harsh Truth, taken from their upcoming album Eternal Forward Motion.
Speaking about the meaning behind the new track, Employed To Serve vocalist Justine Jones said: “In 2017, 5,821 suicides were registered in the UK and is the second leading cause of death among 15-29 year olds. These statistics are staggering, but all is not lost as there has been a decline in attempts thanks to the work of charities such as Samaritans.
“Lyrically, Harsh Truth is an anthem for the ill-represented masses who are struggling behind the veil of positive social media posts. The world is a better place with you in it, so stay alive and seek help as it’s always there.”
Harsh Truth is the second track to be released from Employed The Serve’s third album Eternal Forward Motion, following on from Force Fed released last month.
Eternal Forward Motion is released May 10 on Spinefarm Records.
Employed To Serve are touring the UK and Europe over the coming months. Get your UK tickets now.
Employed To Serve 2019 tour dates
29: Manchester, Rebellion, (w/ Raging Speedhorn and Loathe)
21: Hamburg, Logo DE (w/Norma Jean)
22: Berlin, Musik & Frieden, DE (w/Norma Jean)
23: Munich, Backstage, DE (w/Norma Jean)
24: Karlsruhe, Stadtmitte, DE (w/Norma Jean)
25: Haarlem, Patronaat, NL
26: Paris, La Boule Noire, FR
27: Meerhout, Groezrock, BE
10: London, UK w/ Devil Sold His Soul & Loathe
11: Glasgow, Classic Grand Lounge, UK (w/ Loathe and Haggard Cat)
25: Leeds, Slam Dunk North, Temple Newsham, UK
26: Hertfordshire, Slam Dunk South, Hatfield, UK
31: London, All Points East Victoria Park, UK (w/ BMTH, Architects)
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