Album: Revel In The Chaos (2014)
  • The Everyday Losers are an alt rock band from Washington, Indiana, who released their debut album, Revel In The Chaos, in 2014. Tyler Seidel, the band's lead guitarist/backing vocalist talked to Alternative Nation about the single "Scream":

    "'Scream' is one of those songs that I had wanted to write for a while. Every time I wrote lines of that nature in other songs they were always scrapped. This is actually one of the only pieces of music on the album that I came up with, as Dylan is our prime music writer almost in its entirety. I felt a strong connection to this song so I dove into it with admittance that I have some issues. I had recently been diagnosed with anxiety as well as depression and began medication that helped me greatly. At the time, I had been researching mental illnesses that were interesting to me. I found a very personal bond between psychosis and schizophrenia. As I will openly admit that I do not suffer from either but I have had a bit of an uneven balance between what's real and what is not. This song is about those instances. I refer to them as voices in the song. This is a statement in being self aware of an illness." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Doug - Florida


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