Help Raise Awareness of Mental Illness with Nothing More’s New Track “Jenny”

Hard rock activists Nothing More have always been known for speaking their mind. Whether it’s on the politically driven track “Christ Copyright” or their culture challenging single “Mr. MTV,” the San Antonio four piece has always used their musical platform as an opportunity to share a message.

Staying true to that form, Nothing More has just released a brand new video for their track “Jenny” which is written about frontman Jonny Hawkins’ sister Jenna and her struggles with Bipolar disorder. 

Along with the eye-opening video, which you can see below, the band has also partnered with Bring Change 2 Mind, To Write Love on Her Arms,The Jed Foundation, The International Bipolar Foundation and Young Minds to launch a Pledge Music campaign to help spread awareness of Jenna’s story as well as the stories of others dealing with mental illnesses.

To check out the Pledge Music campaign and find out where to donate, head here.

In correspondence with the campaign and new video, Nothing More has also announced their headlining “Jenny” tour which will be kicking off at the end of May and will be featuring Wilson and Red Sun Rising. For ticket info and tour dates, head here.