Disturbed Releases Emotional Video for ‘A Reason to Fight’


Disturbed singer David Draiman – Story and photo by Anne Erickson

Watch Disturbed’s emotional new video for “A Reason to Fight,” which features fans struggling with depression

Disturbed has debuted a high-octane live video for “A Reason to Fight,” the latest single off the group’s new album, “Evolution.” The colorful video shows frontman David Draiman interacting with a huge crowd and asking them to raise their hands if they, or a loved one, has fought the battle with depression or addition. As hands are raised across the venue, the band members of Disturbed also raise their hands, indicating their own struggles.

“Take a look around this arena,” Draiman says in the clip. “You are not alone. Being taken by addiction and depression is no one’s fault. It’s not something for you to be embarrassed about or ashamed of. We’re in this together.”

The video also splices together the live footage with interviews with Disturbed fans talking about their struggles with depression and addiction. With the live clips and interviews combined, the video runs for more than eight minutes.

In conjunction with the release of the video, Disturbed has started the You Are Not Alone campaign, which reaches out to fans to open up with their stories to help them get through trying times with depression and addiction.

Disturbed recently closed out the latest U.S. leg of their tour behind “Evolution.” The band will hit the road on another leg of the tour throughout North America in July.



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