Alt-rockers, Weathers, are thrilled to share their new music video for “Feel Good.” The track is about experiencing intense emotions of self-doubt and being able to crawl out of that darkness.
While known for delivering lyricism with real issues and substance, Weathers has channeled a personal experience on the song “Feel Good.” The four-piece brought in award-winning songwriter/producer, Tim Pagnotta, and the band and Pagnotta were able to create a song that delivers a mix between retro and modern influences while balancing the more serious lyrical content with the song’s danceable, upbeat instrumentation.
When asked about the song and its meaning, frontman Cameron Boyer honestly shared, “There was a time back in January/February of 2019 where I felt completely lost. I was on tour and had started having these feelings of intense self-doubt. That led to me feeling like I wasn’t myself. I didn’t want to talk to anyone. I didn’t want to eat. And I felt like I was going to be a failure… I eventually started to feel like I was a shell of a person. I had lost all feeling for a short time and started to think ‘what’s the point?’ I just wanted to disappear.”
He went on to explain, “I didn’t like feeling this way. So before I felt like I was completely gone, I started to talk to people. I started to reach out for help. And I surrounded myself with little things that made me happy. And slowly, I came out of the place. Shortly after, we started writing a bunch of new music. And I wanted to write about this experience. It’s a reflection of how I felt at the time but also how I wanted to feel better. I didn’t want to feel that way. It was dark and lonely. And all I wanted to was to get out.”
The quartet broke onto the music in scene in 2016 and haven’t slowed since then. Last year, 2019, was an incredible year for Weathers as they released four singles [“Dirty Money”, “Problems”, “Lonely Vampire”, and “Always Tired”], launched a U.S. radio campaign for their track “Problems”, and toured extensively with the likes of Magic Giant, Palaye Royale, One Ok Rock, and Badflower.
The Los Angeles-rockers are continuing their success in 2020 by touring alongside alt-pop darlings, Echosmith, on their Lonely Generation tour.