I'm Hurt by A Place To Bury Strangers

Darkenin Heart

A Place to Bury Strangers release new single I'm Hurt taken from their upcoming sixth studio album, See Through You, out February 4th (digital) and March 11th (vinyl) through Dedstrange.

While the song presents the band at their darkest in a while, the accompanying video is an exhibition of their love for horror. The first in a series of See Through You clips in association with horror movie filmmakers hand-picked by A Place To Bury Strangers, I'm Hurt directed by Chad Crawford Kinkle (Dementer, Jug Face). It's a strange and terrifying tale of a scorned woman's ritual, invoking teenage demons who cause atrocious public crises on their quest for vengeance.

Oliver Ackermann describes the song's creation: "I’m Hurt is the sound of friendship dying. At the time of writing this song, I was going out of my mind dwelling on conflict in my head and beating myself down while trying to rebuild my faith in humanity which is reflected in the actual structure of the song. The drums build with this frustration and a desire to scream with no voice. Listen closely to the vocal phrasing of I’m Hurt in the chorus and you can hear the self-doubt and failure I was experiencing at the time."

A Place To Bury Strangers


Video directed by Chad Crawford-Kinkle

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