Matty Mullins is the lead singer of iconic metalcore band Memphis May Fire, fronting the band with his alternating clean and screamed vocals. Forever one to wear his heart on his songwriting sleeve, Matty has expressed his story in songs like “Sleepless Nights,” “Carry On” and “Heavy Is the Weight.”
That passion and vulnerability reach new heights with their upcoming album Remade in Misery, which holds songs like “The Fight Within,” “Somebody” and “Blood and Water.” In this episode of Trevor Talks, we talk about all of those songs, and about the reasons why Remade in Misery is Memphis May Fire’s strongest outing yet. We also take a walk through Matty’s personal story of mental health, anxiety, faith, music, and how his healing process has been an interweaving of all those things.
Pre-save Remade in Misery: riserecords.lnk.to/MMF.
If you are experiencing mental health difficulties, you can find resources at beneaththeskinonline.org (for females), teenhopeline.com (for teenagers) and heartsupport.com or death2life.com (for everyone).
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