Seeking Valor release music video for the touching song, So Far Gone

Posted: October 3, 2014 in Band, Feed your Soul, music, New Music, New Release, rock, Video
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Seeking Valor from Pennsylvania have released a beautiful touching video for their song, So Far Gone. The song was featured on Artist Direct on September 30th to wrap up Suicide Awareness month. The video is a touching commentary on the space left when a loved one takes his or her own life, and how friends and family must work together to move forward. Check it out here:

The powerful emotionally driven track will be featured on their new album set to release this fall titled 7 of Diamonds, a collection of songs in honor of their friend Gary Diamond who they lost to suicide and depression. A Portion Of The Proceeds Will Be Donated To The  American Foundation For Suicide Prevention Raising Awareness For Suicide And Depression. Now with the debut of “So Far Gone,” Seeking Valor is ready to continue to help raising awareness for suicide prevention through the power of music.  Lead singer Drew Feehery stated, The song ‘So Far Gone’ expresses one of the core concepts of the 7 of Diamonds album. It values a friend and loved one. The idea that any experience, memory, or impact that was shared, now becomes a part of you forever.

The music of Seeking Valor contains such a powerful message helping shed some light on the darkness of suicide and provide hope in a time of despair. We have often shared stories of how music helped, healed and inspired people and it will always be something that people can turn to in those darkest times. We hope that many can connect to the songs of Seeking Valor and gain strength and hope. If you need help, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK.

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~ Marisol

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