The musicians spoke on World Mental Health Day, sharing messages of support and advice on where to get help if needed.
Artists including Liam Gallagher, Selena Gomez, Frank Turner, Matt Goss and Fretind Rabbit have shared messages on social media about the importance of speaking out about mental health issues.
Today (October 10) Gallagher shared a touching new video of ‘Too Good For Giving Up’ and teamed up with mental health charity Talk, which was founded by Ben Akers after he lost his best childhood friend, Steve Yates, to suicide in 2014.
He also sent a message to Louis Tomlinson on Twitter, writing, “Yes Louis, it’s LG. How do you feel? Out of 10? Good to talk,” before he flagged Talk Club, World Mental Health Day, and his new music video special with it.
– Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) October 10 2022
Meanwhile, Gomez has shared a trailer for her upcoming documentary on Apple TV + my mind and me And he tweeted: “Every breath, breakthrough.”
All the same, hack. in honor of #WorldMentalHealthDay I wanted to share the trailer for my documentary, Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me. November 4 in Tweet embed https://t.co/h8bkDd9mmV pic.twitter.com/2D4HixbCjL
– Selena Gomez (@selenagomez) October 10 2022
The movie is set to chart the singer and actress’s rise to fame, including her battles with lupus, anxiety and depression.
Elsewhere Turner wrote: “Remember the lost. I’m not and never will be an expert on these things, but if you need to talk to someone, please do so. More people will care and listen more than you’re telling yourself right now. Take care of yourself.”
The frightened bunny has also reminded people to “talk to someone,” while the charity Tiny Changes, set up by Scott Hutchison’s family after his death in May 2018 after taking his life and years of battling depression, also posted a message.
Not only #WorldMentalHealthDaybut in the future… together, we’ll make small changes on Earth
is there anybody?
Is anyone listening?
I’m afraid of our future
I think you feel the same
Can we switch the lights?
Turn up the volume
light up our worries
Tinychanges October 10 2022
– Matt Goss (@mattgoss) October 10 2022
Today is World Mental Health Awareness Day, please remember to be kind to yourself and others. Here’s Jeff spending time with Rosie the dog, who loves to hang out #health_world #Psychological health #smart_awareness #be good pic.twitter.com/3yIFFn2XPE
– BigJeffJohnsArt (@BigJeffJohnsArt) October 10 2022
As we enter perhaps the most difficult winter of our lives, it is important now, more than ever, to pause:
Check yourself. Check in with your family and friends.
Mental health is just as important as your physical health.
take care of yourself.
– Sacha Lord (@Sacha_Lord) October 10 2022
Earlier this year, 85 per cent of Britons said music is essential to maintaining their mental health, according to a survey.
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