Today, HM is proud to premiere the lyric video for “Visions,” the first single from Glassworld’s upcoming album, Wrecked. The Cincinnati-based band’s sophomore album is set to drop on June 9. The band formed in 2014 and has been influenced by the likes of Emery, As Cities Burn, and Beartooth.

We spoke with vocalist Beth Durbin about the new track:

“This album is a concept album. ‘Visions’ describes the excruciating mental breakdown the lead character is having during the first half of the story. He’s seeing and thinking things that aren’t realistic, and he’s going through a lot. He hates himself one minute, and then he hates her the next, he wants to understand why he’s seeing things that aren’t there, and he desperately wants to let it all go.”

The new track features Logan Adams of Eternal Void.

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