Charlotte, NC based hard rock quintet Reason Define have just released their brilliant and emotionally gripping video for their song "Mirrors", off their upcoming album "In Memory" that will be released next Friday, Mar. 1. This song is a bit of a detour from the type of music that they're accustomed to playing, and shows a more personal side of the group that we've been yearning to hear for quite some time. If you're not familiar with them, the group consists of Paolina Massaro on lead vocals, Caitlin Rutkowski on bass and backup vocals, Savannah Ruff on guitar and backup vocals, Shelby McVicker on guitar, and Sydney McVicker on drums. The video syncopates well with the song, which deals with the theme of depression which is a topic that is so omnipresent in today's society, and the girls do an excellent job of shedding light on this often avoided topic because of the bleak subject matter. Anyone dealing with depression or going through any rough time will definitely find some solace from watching this video, and enables fans to know that they can make a difference in how they live their lives, and not let depression dictate how they're going to survive moving forward.
To check out the vid for "Mirrors", it's available on YouTube here, and for more on Reason Define please give them a 'Like' on Facebook from this locale here, follow on Twitter over here, and check out their Instagram feed at this spot here.