Nothing More has released the video for their current single, "Here's to the Heartache." Much like the song itself, the black-and-white "Here's to the Heartache" video starts off gritty before transforming into something lighter when the celebratory chorus strikes. You can watch the video now at AltPress.com.
According to frontman Jonny Hawkins, "Here's to the Heartache" was inspired by a quote from best-selling author Steve Maraboli: "As I look back on my life, I realize that every time I thought I was being rejected from something good, I was actually being re-directed to something better."
"This quote sums up the heart of this song," Hawkins explains. "We've seen failed relationships lead to soul mates. Crippling weakness, uncover hidden strength. And epic loss pave the way for greatness. For us, 'Believing it would work out' led to things working out. Was it ever easy? No. Was it always worth it? Yes. So, here's to the heartache..."
"Here's to the Heartache," the fourth single from Nothing More's 2014 self-titled album, currently sits in the top 20 at Active Rock radio. The previous three singles from Nothing More, "This Is the Time (Ballast)," "Mr. MTV" and "Jenny," all reached the top 10 at the format.
Nothing More will embark on a European tour later this week. The band will return to the U.S. for a New Year's Eve show in Dallas alongside HELLYEAH and Sevendust.
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