The video follows a young girl plagued by abuse and vividly portrays the heartbreaking realities involved in living with domestic violence. “Physical, mental, and verbal abuse may compound one another and affect the victim in different ways,” states Aaron. “Our goal was to engage the audience and force them to consider all aspects of domestic violence in an effort to open up the lines of communication surrounding this important issue.”
In an effort to help fight domestic violence, Stealing Heather will be donating 50% of all proceeds resulting from the sale of the song and video for “Can’t See You” to organizations involved with the cause.
About STEALING HEATHER:
Hailing from Los Angeles, CA, Stealing Heather stands for something; they represent a foregone era when talent wasn’t a purchased commodity, when singing live didn’t require more digital machinery than a tech expo. Even their notorious band name has a deeper meaning. Aaron explains Stealing Heather’s moniker: “Over the years we’ve watched as our society has taken a turn for the worse. When we were growing up we’d watch the Smurfs or Garfield on Saturday mornings. Today, everything presented to our children deals with violence and negativity. We are only creatures of our environment and the more we keep presenting our children with these images and sounds, the more we will be forced to watch the outcome unfold.”
Founded by frontman and political activist Joshua Aaron, Stealing Heather has been featured all over the world including Alternative Press, AMP, AOL Music, Yahoo! Music, Billboard, Blurt, Channel One, CMJ, Extreme Guitars, FAME Magazine, Modern Drummer, Pop Culture Press, Pop Matters, Pulse, Rock on Request, Ultimate Guitar, and many more….
Stealing Heather has released two albums and is currently in the studio working on their third, entitled “Comfortable Chaos”, due out in 2013.
Directed By: Charles Papert
Produced By: Joshua Aaron & Carolyn Feinstein
Released: October 2012 – TRT: 4:46
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