Relationships and heartbreak make for some of life’s most challenging struggles, and that’s the inspiration for Hellyeah’s new video for the track “Love Falls.” In the video for the song – which appears on the band’s latest album, “Unden!able” – a woman is shown having thoughts of suicide following a difficult breakup. The video for the track is streaming on the band’s YouTube page.
While suicide and heartbreak make sound like the makings of a very depressing video, the band wraps up the clip with an uplifting message from Hellyeah and the You Rock Foundation, which assists people who suffer from depression. “We encourage you to add your voice to the chorus and empower others who are suffering,” the message states. “Together, we not only survive, we thrive. Self-expression can overcome depression. Please join us in spreading hope, fostering healing, and helping everyone live a life that rocks.”
Unden!able, Hellyeah’s fifth studio album, also includes a cover of the Phil Collins hit, “I Don’t Care Anymore” featuring guitar parts from Vinny Pauls’s brother, late Pantera guitarist Dimebag Darrell.