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Bear’s Den have shared a hard-hitting new video for 'Hiding Bottles'

The clip was produced with the help of charity Al Anon.
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Published: 11:51 am, August 09, 2019
Bear’s Den have shared a hard-hitting new video for 'Hiding Bottles'

Bear’s Den have shared a new video for ‘Hiding Bottles’.

It’s a song about lead singer and songwriter Andrew Davie’s struggle to come to terms with the alcoholism of a close family member, with the clip produced with the help of charity Al Anon.

“I think the main thing Al-Anon allowed me to understand was that there are just so many people going through issues caused by having an alcoholic friend, loved one or relative - how many lives can be affected by just one life,” he explains.

“For us as a band to work with Rollo [Jackson, director] and be able to make a video that might ring true for other people who could be looking for help or support was something we really wanted to do. The idea that the video could potentially help lead someone to an organisation that has helped me and so many others and could help them just feels really right to us and important.”

Check out ‘Hiding Bottles’ below.

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