Train Song 'Give it All' Shines a Light on Teen Suicide Prevention

The Grammy-award winning group's newest single "Give It All" comes with an inspiring message of hope for teens dealing with mental health issues. 

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- Posted on Jun 5, 2015

Train's new music video "Give It All" highlights teen suicide awareness

Your favorite band from the '90s is back and they have an inspiring story to tell. 

The guys from the Grammy-award winning pop-rock band Train are masters when it comes to crafting catchy lyrics and summer anthems—their 2011 hit single "Hey Soul Sister" is probably still stuck in your head—but they have a new album out now and the recently released video to its title track carries a very powerful message. 

The group partnered with SoulPancake—who specialize in internet fun—for their newest music video "Give It All" which highlights teen suicide and is serving as a call-to-action for viewers to help prevent more lives from ending too soon. The band hopes that the video—which features two teenage dancers delivering a powerful message about loss, healing and letting go through dance and the beauty of art, will serve as a catalyst for change when it comes to how we view mental health. They also hope the video can serve as a source of inspiration and hope for teens struggling with thoughts of suicide and self-harm. 

"We want to be a voice for those who are struggling, to those who have pressed through and those who are healing,” Train frontman Pat Monahan says. 

Take a look at the video below. 

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