Philadelphia locals Grayscale bust big with an interview from Billboard on their most recent video called “Forever Yours.”
While frontman Collin Walsh croons “We would play pretend, my love, but it was real to me,” the song’s visual representation shows a love together, a broken relationship, that ends in a car crash and death.
Walsh told Billboard “’Forever Yours’ is a song about regret. It’s a song about a relationship falling apart without having a chance to gain closure due to unfortunate circumstances.”
The rest of the band, which consists of lead guitarist and backup vocalist Andrew Kyne, rhythm guitarist and backup vocalist Dallas Molster, bassist Nick Ventimiglia and drummer Nick Veno, do not make an appearance in the video, but you can tell they’re lingering in the music itself.
Check out the full album here and watch the “Forever Yours” video below.