Portland, OR dream punk band Glacier Veins have released a new music video for their song “Grows Back Slow”.
On the song vocalist Malia Endres reveals, “There’s that feeling you get when you give so much of yourself to someone or something and it doesn’t work out; you feel empty or like you lost a part of yourself. ‘Grows Back Slow’ is about knowing that feeling is only temporary and understanding that it may take time to heal but you will feel complete again. It can be a long, difficult process, but at the same time, there are so many possibilities for how you can improve yourself and grow in that process.”
The video was filmed last fall on the coast of Oregon by Ryan Sheehy of SheehyTV and is a look inside Endres’ personal connection to the various natural landscapes of Portland where she grew up. Malia notes, “We wanted to film in a forest to go along with this idea of growth and also explore a contrasting setting on the coast. Trees, flowers, the ocean. I think they're all a simple yet powerful metaphor for the emotions that go along with the process of healing; natural heavy feelings that lead to growth.”