Mental health is a major theme in a lot of art today, particularly music. As our society continues to break down the stigma around talking about struggles, many public figures are sharing their experiences with issues like depression , anxiety and grief. For musicians, this conversation takes place not only in interviews, but in their songs as well. News U. HuffPost Personal Video Horoscopes. Newsletters Coupons.
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1. "In My Blood" by Shawn Mendes
Language often fails us when it comes to describing mental illness. And it can be hard to communicate your thoughts and needs to others — or even yourself — in a world that lacks a vocabulary for mental pain and wellness. Fortunately, where words fall short, music can often help bridge the gap. Music written from a mental health perspective can help you articulate experiences for which there are no words. It can distract you or lift your spirits in difficult times.
16. “Level Up” by Vienna Teng
A torch songstress for the millennial generation, Lana Del Rey is known for her sense of epic melodrama. Speaking about the song, Del Rey revealed the contrasting emotions at play. At the start of , Syd Barrett had the world at his feet.
Before I knew what to call the sadness, self-hatred and negative thoughts that consumed me, I would often sit in my room with the lights off and listen to a song on repeat. As a year-old girl, John Mayer. No matter what you struggle with, music is often a safe place we can turn. I played it on repeat for over two hours. If I made it this far, I can keep going. The chorus really hit.