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Scott Helman Releases Video For ‘Everything Sucks’

On October 11th, Scott Helman released his video for the single Everything Sucks, taking us through those post-breakup feelings of sadness and boredom that everyone can relate to.


Earlier this year on September 26, the Canadian artist uploaded a self-made visualizer for this single-which responded extremely well with fans.


About the message behind this powerful single, Helman says, “‘Everything Sucks’ is a song about facing the weightlessness of depression. It was inspired by a difficult time in my life, and written from a place of healing and reconstruction. The video is my representation of this feeling.”

The Toronto-born artist sings about no longer enjoying any of the moments he used to due to heartbreak.

The single and its lyrics are truly relatable to us all, regardless of our relationship status. Mental illness affects millions of individuals worldwide and depression is no stranger to our society. ‘Everything Sucks’ illustrates a metaphorical blindfold that causes those affected by depression to be incapable of viewing the positives in their lives.


In addition to streaming through YouTube, ‘Everything Sucks’ is available through Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon music, Deezer, Tidal, Soundcloud and Google Play.


Helman will be on his North American fall tour starting October 16th, where he’ll stop at 11 different cities including multiple performances with Australian singer Dean Lewis. For a full list of tour dates and locations, visit




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