On an countless quest to create a protected house by way of music and provides voice to the unvoiced, Veridia (Deena Jakoub, Kyle Levy and Brandon Brown) will get very private on their new single "I Won't Stay Down," premiering completely on Streets Talkin as we speak (Sept. 28).
Veridia acknowledges delicate realities and vulnerabilities within the new tune, concurrently giving the listener mild and darkness whereas cultivating each the grieving and the therapeutic. “Got to hold my head up / Got to battle till it hurts / Out of the method, hope is within the progress / I’m rising up however I'm down and out / But I received’t keep down," she vigorously chants.
Jakoub explains the place the tune comes from in an announcement to Streets Talkin:
"In respect for suicide consciousness month and my perception that sharing experiences can change, even save lives, I really feel compelled to share the very private story behind this tune.
"Just a couple of months after the lack of my father, somebody, a second father to me, was virtually faraway from my life perpetually as effectively. This man taught me my first full tune on the guitar; constructed residing quarters in my first touring car; fueled my love for the highway and loud music; met lonely strangers on the highway and invited them into his own residence, making them really feel worthy of affection and belonging, and evokes me to create that very same house of belonging at each Veridia present. After struggling a extreme mind damage, this very clever, compassionate, inventive man misplaced bodily skills which took away his livelihood. Emotional and persona adjustments impacted his most valuable relationships. He couldn’t react rapidly or logically in disaster. He suffered despair, concern, anxiousness, and fundamental day by day features turned so painful and exhausting that suicide turned his desired answer. He tried to take his personal life in a really public method. Sadly, there’s a time period for the best way he selected, "Suicide by Law Enforcement.” Because of the indisputable fact that he raised a gun towards officers, he was shot and injured, and he’s serving a jail sentence of as much as 16 years, with out entry to psychological rehabilitation till the time period is served.
"I purposely posed in entrance of a cinderblock wall for the picture related to "I Won’t Stay Down," impressed by seeing a letter from him, a skillfully drawn image of his eight' x eight' cinderblock cell and concrete view out of a 6” window. He expresses what he can by way of drawing, as a result of discovering phrases is a painful wrestle. I used to be indignant, so unhappy, however nonetheless referred to as to motion. This tune emerged from my determined want for an anthem of encouragement, phrases of hope and empowerment, to myself, to him, to anybody struggling with or affected by psychological sickness/damage, despair, and suicide."
"I Won't Stay Down" is each a battle cry and an ode to the invention of interior power. Jakoub sings over highly effective guitar riffs and heavy drums, roaring and hovering larger because the tune goes. Raw and intense, "I Wont Stay Down" supplies heart-wrenching lyrics and a powerful melody. The monitor is a part of Veridia's forthcoming album The Beast You Feed, due out Oct. 26.