In the two singles already released from their forthcoming album, Imposter Syndrome, Happy. have shown they aren’t afraid to get personal. Their third single, ‘Liarliar’, seems to be the most intimate look yet at vocalist Tate Logan’s experience with depression whilst ramping up the intensity to create what’s our favourite track yet.
“Each song on our new record Imposter Syndrome is a reflection of our experience with it as musicians over the last few years,” explains vocalist/guitarist, Tate Logan. “This includes some of the greatest moments of our entire lives, while others reflect struggle and extreme lows. ‘Liarliar’ is the most honest and straightforward depiction of my experience with depression. We chose to express this visually by breaking the fourth wall between us and our fans. This video is a representation of a therapy session, something I was once extremely familiar with that ultimately saved my life.”
Watch the video for Happy.’s ‘Liarliar’ below: