Video Premiere: Letdown. – ‘Go To Hell’

Letdown., the project from Chicago-based rocker Blake Coddington, is sharing his new video, “Go To Hell,” and you can check it out premiering right here at New Noise.

While people everywhere took up new hobbies during the 2020 quarantine, Coddington focused on finding new ways to express himself musically, eventually launching Letdown., a new project featuring his powerful vocal range and deeply personal lyrics, encompassed by catchy guitar hooks and hypnotizing drum beats.

So far, Coddington’s mental health struggles have served as a primary focus for Letdown., as Coddington recounts his experiences to let listeners know they aren’t alone in their struggles.

It appears that the music is resonating. in six months, Letdown. has seen rapid growth on social media, with a stark increase in followers on TikTok, more than 265,000 monthly listeners on Spotify, and nearly 100,000 followers on Instagram (not including the more than 12 million streams his singles have amassed).

Initially, Letdown. was just meant to be a creative and emotional outlet, though after achieving online success, Coddington is turning his focus to music, eager to take the next steps in his musical journey and continue providing new material to the fans who stuck with him since the initial days of the pandemic.

Coddington opens up about the new track and video:

“‘Go To Hell’ is a song about everyone’s toxic addiction to what hurts us the most. It touches on my personal struggles with my own demons and how I have pushed away things that are good for me, yet embraced the things that are not, and in doing so, created my own internal conflicts where I know that what I want will destroy me, but I can’t help wanting more of it. The video encapsulates the internal struggle in my brain, dealing with a world of chaos, as I just make my way through life, knowing how damaging I am to myself, as I don’t recognize anyone else around me.”

Watch the video for “Go To Hell” here:

For more from Letdown., find him on Instagram and TikTok.

Photo courtesy of Brian Olivio

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