Texas band Charcoal Tongue have released the new video for “My Deeds on Display.” Watch it here.
“‘My Deeds on Display’ is about pretending to be OK… when underneath the surface, you are harboring something deeper,” said singer Chris Mora. “With this video, we portrayed the story of my childhood and adolescent struggle with mental illness and the dependence on medication, which began when I was 10 years old. Hopefully those who share the same history of being in and out of psychiatrist offices, hospitals, and mental health facilities will see this and be able to relate and know that we’ve been there. And most importantly — that it’s OK to not be OK.”
The song appears on the band’s debut EP, 24 Hours: My Deterioration, out now through Spinefarm Records.
The band is also embarking on a late summer tour with September Mourning and Kaleido. All tour dates, which run from August 17 through September 29, are below.
Fans can find Charcoal Tongue at the following locations: