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Of Mice & Men Post Video For How To Survive

It’s a step-by-step guide (sorta)

Orange County metalcore mob Of Mice & Men have dropped a video for their new single, How To Survive.

The video — which was directed by Zev Deans — features plenty of apocalyptic vibes.

We’re excited to debut our new video for How To Survive. Which we worked on with director Zev Deans,” explained frontman Aaron Pauley. Together, we were able to bring the visual and story elements of this song to fruition… and more is to come!”

Check it out here…

Aaron previously described the track as: An anthem for those who have been on the receiving end of unmerited and targeted hatred and abuse.”

It’s for the kid who was bullied, beat up, and ignored in school,” he explained. It’s for the teenager who was told that they’ll never amount to anything and that their thoughts, feelings, and opinions don’t matter to the world. It’s for the person who has been told that they’re worthless, useless, or not good enough, time and time again. It’s for the person who’s repeatedly been targeted by those who only seek to tear others around them down.

This song is for them. This song is for me. I am them, and I’m still standing. So, turn it up. Feel the rage. If you, too, are that person, you will know it well, and it will greet you like an old friend.”

Posted on March 6th 2019, 4:02p.m.
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