Noise Exclusive: NU-95 Address The Struggles Of Drug Abuse With Honest New Single “Broken Home”


Warning: This post discusses serious drug abuse. If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, please contact the National Drug Helpline 1-888-633-3239.   

Addressing someone’s drug addiction is never easy. No matter how prepared you think you might be, taking the steps to speak with a loved one about their abuse isn’t something most people know how to handle. 

Touching on this rather sensitive topic and hoping to bring attention to the growing drug abuse problem in our country, freshly added Standby Records outfit NU-95 is teaming up with The Noise to premiere their new eye-opening single “Broken Home” taken from their forthcoming LP Fall Until We Fly.

“This song is about the effects drug use has on a family,” explains vocalist Ivan Edward Prochaska. “I have seen firsthand families being ripped apart by it.”

Doing their best to discuss this delicate issue the best way they can, the band’s new music video portrays a young family as they struggle to intervene with an addict. To watch the meaningful and well-put-together video, be sure to look below. For more from the Dallas, TX act, including info about their upcoming LP due out July 12th, head here.