Today, HM is proud to premiere the new music video for “The In Between” by the rock band Theody. The band, which hails from Arkansas and began in 2013, began as a solo project for frontwoman Lauren Kinder that turned into something larger after she gained momentum with the response to her music. Having released two full-lengths and an EP, the band is currently writing and recording a new album.

We spoke with Kinder about the meaning behind song.

“‘The In Between’ is some of my most vulnerable lyric art yet. The words poured out of my soul when I found myself in a sea of mixed emotions and anxiety. If this song was born only to help me process my emotions, then it was worth it, but I hope that it might resonate with whoever listens to it on a personal level as well.”

Want a little more? The band recently covered Beartooth’s “Disease.”

You can follow Theody over on their Facebook or Instagram pages.


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