Mazur PR, Say We Can Fly, Michael MazurTORONTO - SayWeCanFly will debut a brand new video for "When I Come Home" from the Darling EP, available on Epitaph Records, this Wednesday, June 15.

The concept for the clip came to singer/songwriter Braden Barrie while in the midst of a 10-hour drive between tour stops. "It was a beautiful moonlit night in Arizona," he said. "My phone was dead, so all I could do was stare out the window and think. That's when the universe gave me the idea for this music video."

SayWeCanFly, Video, Mazur PR, Michael MazurThe video was filmed by Reel Tang Films, marking their sixth video collaboration, and edited by Barrie in a coffee-fueled overnight editing session. "I love editing my own videos," said Barrie. "I feel like it's the best way for me to convey my point. I'm really proud of this one."

"When I Come Home" is an uplifting, hopeful track, with a video that stands in sharp contrast. Driving in his car all alone on deserted roads, Barrie sings those positive words while he wrestles with the shadows lurking deep within his soul.

"I've always felt that contrast tells my stories in the most powerful way," said Barrie. "I wanted to dive a little deeper into the darkness within. The skeleton character I play in this video is the continuation of the character in my previous video for 'Driftwood Heart.' He has transcended the pain and become part of it. He accepts it. Just like we all have to at some point."

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