Heartsick Premiere “Crown” Music Video

Heartsick have premiered a new video for their new song “Crown.” The band commented:

“As we continue to age the world around us changes rapidly. We sit on our thrones with our collective biases while we continue to push away the idea that with time comes change and change is necessary. Rulers do not sit on thrones forever, we are no exception. Embrace change or be left behind.”

Heartsick Share Music Video For New Song “Desperate And Broken” Featuring Sevendust’s Clint Lowery

Heartsick have premiered a new song titled “Desperate And Broken.” This track features Sevendust’s Clint Lowery and an official video for it can be found below. Heartsick’s Alfonso Civile commented:

“The song revolves around the two souls. One who is faced with the reality of dying and sinking into the sadness that is that realization. The other is digging in to loving the other person despite the circumstance. It’s loosely based on a real story of my friend and his wife who discovered she had breast cancer two years ago and recently passed and he was left without her.”

[via The PRP]

Heartsick Premiere “Animal Instinct” Video

Heartsick have premiered a new video for their new song “Animal Instinct.” This track is from the band’s new EP “Cinco,“ which will be released on July 16. Alfonso Civile commented:

“‘Animal Instinct‘ is a song about human beings and our inability to separate our selves from other animals. We seem to always use the example of dogs to somehow insinuate that we are better than animals. But the way I see it dogs and animals in general are often times more civilized than human beings. We rape, murder, steal, commit atrocities for mostly selfish and awful reasons. Animals are programmed through instinct they take only when they need. They don’t make the conscious decision to hurt or kill others our of hate or jealousy only when needing to hunt or otherwise protect their own domain. It feels as society as moved forward our killer instincts have grown more ravenous….humans to me could learn a thing or two from animals like dogs.”