Sleeping With Sirens Release 'The Strays' Video
"Looking at youth, I think that's kind of a feeling I think that a lot of young people have," singer Kellin Quinn told Radio.com. "A lot of kids go to college and spend a lot of getting degrees and get out of school and have no idea how to get a job, or can't get a job It goes back to having that belief and positive feeling in yourself. The idea behind the lyric isn't necessarily the person saying that you'd be nothing but kind of really putting forth that power of, "But I am! [going to amount to something]" and just having that self belief rather than relying on other people to make you feel a certain way."
Produced and directed by Sitcom Soldiers, the video was the second shot in the UK utilizing real fans. The first of which was Kick Me, which featured fans lip syncing the heartfelt lyrics. Watch the video here.
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