Look, we’ve all had rough days. Maybe this morning you woke up stoked for a fresh bowl of cereal only to find out that you were out of milk. Then, after hopping out of a cold shower, you accidentally stubbed your big toe on that piece of shit coffee table you hate. We’ve all been there and it sucks.
However, as rough of a day as that might seem, none of it compares to the main character in The Ghost Inside’s new music video for “Move Me.”
Starting off at an appointment with his therapist (which is played by TGI bassist Jim Riley), the character then proceeds to have his truck break down, find out his girlfriend is cheating on him and then gets robbed and beaten up. Yeah, way worse than that whole stubbing your toe thing.
When asked about the idea behind the video, vocalist Jonathan Vigil said, “Everyone has those times when things don’t go their way. Sometimes it’s worse than others and it feels like it will never end. The thing to remember is that just as easily as things went south, it could all turn back around in the blink of an eye. Almost as if you’re waking up from a bad dream.”
To check out the video for yourself, be sure to look below. Afterwards, make sure to not only grab a copy of The Ghost Inside’s new album Dear Youth but also pick up tickets to see them on the Locals Only Tour here.