Relent releases Low, from their re-released album, Heart Attack
Check out the brand new lyric video, Low from Relent. Please share with everyone you know!
Relent’s new single, Low dropped last week and premiered at #16 on the Christian Music Weekly Charts and was one of the most added Christian Rock singles. Relent started in 2016 and recently was signed to Rockfest Records. Their unique style can be compared to P.O.D.
Their single, Low, is from their re-released album under Rockfest Records, Heart Attack due out on May 22.
The Lead singer Miggy Sanchez shared, “I think a lot of the issues we see now in society, depression, suicide, any type of struggle, are worse because we don’t talk about them enough. People kind of isolate themselves. That’s why statistically we see so many suicides, especially now with everything going on. So for me, “Low” is a song where I’m opening up, I’m talking about it, and I’m being real. But I’m also being real about the fact that you can beat this thing. If you listen closely to the bridge of the song, it takes you to this point where it’s like “I’m bigger than this thing, I don’t have to live like this.”
“Low” is definitely a “me too” song. If anyone is looking for someone to relate to, that’s “Low.”
Miggy shares that this track was based on personal experience. Miggy said, ” I’ve struggled with suicide and depression most of my life now. I’m in my early 30s, so to say that is weird. My first suicide attempt, I was about 11 years old. I didn’t know what suicide was, I was only 11, but I knew in that moment what I was feeling and what I was facing, and I did not want to feel that anymore. So immediately my brain went to try and end it.”
“It blows my mind, because that was back then. Times have changed since then. So there are kids that are 9, 10 years old that are going through things that I didn’t go through when I was 9 or 10. It boggles my mind and freaks me out a little bit because it’s like man, what are we up against here? So for me I think talking about it, bringing up the subject, is going to take us in the direction we need to go with this thing, fighting it off..”