Tyler Farr‘s new video for “Withdrawals” is a dark and intense visual depiction of dealing with overwhelming emotion.
In the simple but powerful video, Farr is seen trapped inside a small glass box, where he struggles to deal with his feelings. He screams, punches, and breaks a guitar against the walls as he fights against the waves of anger and pain. He’s also shown tossing and turning in bed, obviously affected by the heartache of a breakup. He finally ends up breaking through the glass toward the end of the track, marking a representative turning point in dealing with his heartache.
Both the song and video are a big departure from his number one single, “A Guy Walks Into a Bar,” but in a way that listeners will appreciate. The single has a harder, more rock-influenced edge with screaming guitar and intense percussion that brings out the feeling and desperation of the track’s lyrics.
Tyler Farr is touring the festival and state fair circuit this summer in support of his latest album, Suffer in Peace. He will join Jason Aldean‘s 2015 Burn It Down Tour with Cole Swindell for a string of dates beginning this September. A full list of tour dates has been posted at his official website.