The Beamish Brothers Discuss Mental Health In New Song: ‘Anxious’

Following their highly-acclaimed single “Dollar At The Heart,” The Beamish Brothers are continuing to impress with their stunning voices and thought-provoking lyrics, sharing yet another gem with “Anxious.” The Australia-based, alt-pop duo have certainly cemented themselves as an exciting act to watch, with a catalog boasting over over 8 million collective streams and media enthusiasm in Japan and South Korea after their tour back in 2019. 

“Anxious” is a truly exciting sonic effort, written by the duo’s eldest brother, Ben Beamish and driven by organic percussion and emotive vocal performances. As part of the song’s release, The Beamish Brothers teamed up with youth mental health charity One Eighty, which does important work in prevention and early intervention, donating 50% of the song’s proceeds towards a good cause. Anyone wanting to donate and contribute to the cause, can do so here.

“We wanted to work with someone small and local, with a grassroots approach. Having sat in on their open sessions and experienced first hand the intimacy and safeness they provide, we feel strongly about championing their cause,” explain The Beamish Brothers about their partnership with One Eighty.

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