The video’s provocative, ripped-from-the-headlines visuals, accessed on the home screen via five individually clickable points-of-view, are underscored by the track’s emotive musicality and poignantly painful lyrics.
“Our goal in creating this video is for people to educate themselves and make an informed decision on their own, rather than being told by any media outlet saying, ‘this is what you should be thinking, this is what is right,” explains Morgan. “The whole point is to try and shift the way we look at things and to not always leap to our pre-conceived conclusions, which is mostly racially and profile-based, because that’s what we get fed all the time. I’ve been guilty of it too. Its very unfortunate, and it’s getting worse instead of better.”
Seether front man Shaun Morgan and video director, Sherif Higazy teamed to create “Nobody Praying For Me,” an immersive, interactive new video which debuts today at the Huffington Post, watch it here: www.nobodyprayingforme.com
Seether—singer/guitarist Shaun Morgan, bassist Dale Stewart and drummer John Humphrey—formed in 1999. The multi-platinum rock band has released seven albums. “Nobody’s Praying For Me,” is the third single off their most recent, 2014’s Isolate and Medicate (Bicycle Music Company/Concord), produced by Brendan O’Brien.