The Trash Mermaids are releasing their latest track, “Panic Attack,” in support of mental health awareness. In honor of Mental Health Awareness month, the band created a track that draws attention to the stigmas we face daily.

“I care deeply about mental health,” explains songwritter Scarlett Blu. “I have battled with anxiety in the past and gone through multiple panic attacks during a stressful time in my life. I have been there. Writing my song ‘Panic Attack’ helped me process my feelings and heal my anxieties. I am on a mission to make sure others don’t experience the pain I have been through and suffer in silence. I am hoping my song will bring mental health into the light and let people know that they are not alone. If you see somebody that’s hurting, please help them get the care they need. Nobody should suffer in silence.”

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