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Weathers Try To Escape Toxic Relationships in “Rehab” – watch video

June 7, 2021

New Single From ‘Pillows & Therapy’ Album Out August 13th, 2021

Weathers are taking 2021 by storm and building fans’ anticipation for the release of their long awaited sophomore album, ‘Pillows and Therapy’, due out August 13, 2021. The LA-natives have released two singles from the project earlier this year, “Losing Blood” andC’est la vie” – the latter getting heavy rotation at radio, peaking at #26 on Billboard’s Rock & Alternative Airplay chart and racking up over 13 million streams across all platforms.

As they prepare to unleash their new body of work and embark on their first national headline tour (which had to be re-re-scheduled due to the pandemic), Weathers are satiating fans thirst with another new single today, June 4th. The song, entitled“Rehab”, is an alt-rock war cry depicting the inner battle of trying to break free from an unhealthy, yet magnetic relationship. Frontman Cameron Boyer elaborates, “Moving on after a breakup is always hard. A big part of that is looking back and only remembering the good things and choosing not to think about the toxic parts that really hurt you. The lyrics in this song describe what happens when that toxic person has come back and you’re struggling to say no.”

For the “Rehab” video, the band – with Boyer in the lead role of the protagonist – sought out to really bring what it feels like dealing with a toxic ex to life. Co-directed by Michael L. Costaand Boyer, the video presents the toxicity masked as familiarity and struggle to break free that comes with interacting with an ex.

With the aim of personifying these feelings, the video follows Boyer’s internal struggle when an ex comes back into his life. She’s assaulting his mind and literally holding him back while he’s trying to focus on a performance with the band. Boyer’s shown to be symbolically tied up in the video, just as he is emotionally, with the singer exhibiting the natural confusion, hurt and anxiety of a turbulent breakup through his performance. The question is, will he relapse?

Watch Weathers’ “Rehab” video here:


Our Little Secret Tour 2021:

Sept 15 – Goldfield Trading Post – Sacramento, CA

Sept 16 – Strummer’s – Fresno, CA

Sept 18 – Echo – Los Angeles, CA

Sept 19 – The Rebel Lounge – Phoenix, AZ

Sept 21 – Ruins – Dallas, TX

Sept 22 – Warehouse Live (Studio) – Houston, TX

Sept 23 – Empire/Garage – Austin, TX

Sept 25 – Masquerade – Atlanta, GA

Sept 26 – Soundbar – Orlando, FL

Sept 28 – High Watt – Nashville, TN

Sept 29 – Top Cats – Cincinnati, OH

Oct 1 – Crafthouse Stage and Grill – Pittsburgh, PA

Oct 2 – Jammin Java – Vienna, VA

Oct 3 – Fillmore/Foundry – Philadelphia, PA

Oct 5 – Knitting Factory, Brooklyn, NY

Oct 6 – Empire Underground, Albany, NY

Oct 8 – Rumba Cafe – Columbus, OH

Oct 9 – Beachland Ballroom – Cleveland, OH

Oct 10 – Beats Kitchen – Chicago, IL

Oct 12 – The Black Room @ Colectivo – Milwaukee, WI

Oct 13 – Blueberry Hill Duck Room – St. Louis, MO

Oct 15 – Bourbon Theatre – Lincoln, NE

Oct 16 – Marquis Theatre – Denver, CO

Oct 17 – Kilby Court – Salt Lake City, UT

Oct 19 – The Crocodile – Seattle, WA

Oct 20 – Lola’s Room – Portland, OR

Oct 22 – DNA Lounge – San Francisco, CA

Oct 23 – House of Blues (Ana) – Anaheim, CA

Oct 24 – House of Blues (Voodoo Room) – San Diego, CA