Peace talk mental health and depression in new single 'From Under Liquid Glass'

Indie | Monday 18th December 2017 | Alice

The Birmingham four-piece came out of hibernation earlier this month to bring us their new track, 'From Under Liquid Glass', which touches on the ever important topic of depression and mental health.

Posting on social media when the single was first released, frontman Harry Koisser explained: "I wrote the song during my most difficult spring in a long time. Peace 
have always been an explosion of happiness, but that isn’t reflective of every part of me or anyone for that matter, and this song, at it's most zoomed out, demonstrates that polarity; you can be a happy person and still take a pasting from your demons."

The single, as well as the new video, conjures up thoughts of pain, isolation, loneliness and depression. The subject of mental health is something that is slowly becoming more noticeable and talked about within mainstream media, with more and more musicians, actors and celebrities opening up to share their own struggles, in the hope that it helps others do the same.

'From Under Liquid Glass' has been released in support of the mental health research charity MQ, who work to spread an understanding of mental health conditions to support those in need.
You can watch the full video for 'From Under Liquid Glass' below: