California hard rockers Stitched Up Heart released their full-length debut album Never Alone earlier this year. Their first two singles "Finally Free" and "Monster" both landed on the Mainstream Rock chart, and now they are unleashing the video for "Catch Me When I Fall" that you can watch above.

Vocalist Mixi says, “This video was so much fun! I got to be a princess for a day in a castle. I think every girl dreams of that. Plus, we had a demon that the boys tried to save me from. It was interesting watching how all the different scenes come together. For the falling in a crystal ball part, it was shot on green screen while crew members moved my dress with light sabers and blew wind in my face. It was challenging for all of us to act our parts, but we had an amazing director and crew. Everyone worked so well together and overall it was a great learning experience for us."

As to the clip's concept, she adds, "The story is that I'm mesmerized by a light which is actually my inner demons. I blindly follow it as it tries to trap me and when I finally realize what it is, it's too late. The guys all are searching for me because they see that I'm in trouble. I'm falling into my demon's trap and they're trying to save me, to catch me when I fall. The message of the song is the same, it's a call for help. Knowing that sometimes you need those who care about you to help you through tough times in life."

The vocalist continues, "It's really kind of a breakthrough song. With 'Finally Free,' we had a heavy anthem which grabs your attention right away. ‘Monster' was a little more experimental and a bit heavier. 'Catch Me' has a little more mainstream feel to it. We think it will help us reach a larger audience and help us spread the overall message of hope. That when life gets you down, you can get back up whether through sheer will power or with the help of loved ones."

Stitched Up Heart have a handful of dates left in 2016. Find out where you can catch the band on tour at this location.

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