When life puts you in a difficult situation that leaves you feeling emotionally and mentally paralyzed, it can become tempting to consider extreme measures as the only way out. However, it is important to remember that taking drastic actions is never the answer. Regardless of what challenges you may be facing, there is always a glimmer of hope, a silver lining waiting for you. It is said that God gives the toughest battles to His strongest soldiers, implying that you have the strength within you to overcome any hardship.


In the song “Unalive” by Let Me Bleed, the song beautifully captures the overwhelming feeling of being on the verge of collapse. The lyrics convey a sense of being trapped within one’s own mind, constantly battling between the thoughts and the physical body. The yearning for escape, even if it means death, is portrayed, emphasizing the depth of despair. Despite the hopelessness depicted, there is a underlying message of holding onto that glimmer of hope, seeking solace and ultimately finding a way to persevere.

Written by Edward Cotter, Jacob Bates, Paul Spirou, and Blake Saul, “Unalive” is a powerful composition that explores the darkest corners of the human psyche. The raw emotions conveyed through the lyrics are further amplified by the exceptional production, recording, and mastering by Paul Spirou. The accompanying music video, filmed at G-Star by Arthur Lucena of Boardwalk Studios and Rafael Soto, complements the song’s intensity and adds visual dimensions to the emotional journey portrayed.


Overall, “Unalive” by Let Me Bleed is a captivating and thought-provoking song. It delves into the depths of despair and the complexities of the human experience, but ultimately reminds listeners that there is always hope, even in the darkest moments. This song is a testament to the strength and resilience of the human spirit, offering solace and understanding to those who find themselves in challenging situations.


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“Unalive” has been added to my “Heavy and Wanderlust”  playlists on Spotify!