Card Reader Debuts ‘Mental Scars’ Video

Courtesy: Earshot Media

More than three months after it debuted its then latest single, Card Reader has returned with its latest single and video.

The band debuted the video for its new single ‘Mental Scars‘ Saturday. The song and its video are the fourth from the band’s forthcoming EP by the same name. The band debuted the EP’s then latest single, ‘Sore Eyes‘ in July. The EP has also produced the singles ‘Familiar Voices,’ and ‘True Enemy.’

The video for the band’s new single presents the band performing its new single in what is meant to look like a rehearsal space, complete with the EP and song title spelled out in lit up letters. Audiences can download the new song free until Nov. 10 through the band’s official Bandcamp page.

The musical arrangement featured in the band’s new single is a pure pop punk composition that will appeal to fans of said genre with ease. The song’s lyrical content is tied into the overall theme of the EP, which founder Tom Petito discussed in a recent interview.

“This EP is called Mental Scars because everybody has them,” he said. “We all live with our past mistakes and failures. The difference is how we use them. We wanted to convey a message that inspires using your past as your greatest weapon. It’s not about anyone else but yourself. Create new motivation and hold yourself accountable for your dreams. Most importantly never give up on who you are.”

More information on Card Reader’s new single is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:




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