Post-hardcore band The Weekend Transit released their new single “Quiet, My Secrets Are Safe” along with its music video. Inspired by the weight of anxiety and depression, the band wrote the song as way to help others deal with dark times.

About the track, guitarist Michael Ringuet stated:
“Each of us have been through our own trying times brought on by different circumstances. We still face them from time to time, but we confide in our loved ones to help us through them. Ultimately, “Quiet, My Secrets Are Safe” is a campaign to assure everyone who feels this is not alone. And you should never have to be or feel alone. You should never fear being seen for who you truly are and being seen in your most vulnerable state. The truth is, even when we may not see it sometimes, there is always someone that can help us through the hardest and darkest times. The most important part of all of this is that you have to let someone know that you need them. Have hope, even when you don’t know what you are hoping for.”

The video for “Quiet, My Secrets Are Safe” symbolizes a constant affliction of emotional and mental distress. Teetering on the line of just how easy it can be to lose control, the desolate, dark shots create an introspective environment for the song to live.

Featuring the new track, The Weekend Transit’s new EP ‘Dust and Color’ will be released on October 31st.

Photo Credit: Sydney Fritzenschaft