Indie singer-songwriter Kath Myers is captivating and dominating while tackling the subject of depression in her latest single, “Bad TV.” Kath Myers’ newest single pulls double duty as the title track of her upcoming album, scheduled for a July 21 release.
On the subject matter of depression utilized within “Bad TV,” Kath Myers shares, “This song is about depression and how it feels like a force outside of oneself that has to be dealt with until it decides to move on. Like the sandman in European folklore, there are different interpretations of whether or not this character is good or evil.
Humans are made up of both light and darkness, and I believe that we have to become friends with both sides in order to experience our full true selves. Even though it can be crippling and painful.
To further explore the depths of “Bad TV,” Kath Myers also has released a music video for her new single that captures the themes and tone of the overall single quite well.
“Bad TV” was recorded and mixed by co-producer Aaron Stern at Verdugo Sound. Kath Myers’ upcoming studio album will continue to tackle the themes of depression while also taking on the subject matter of anxiety, toxic relationships, and fear of rejection.