Heroes and Underdogs have released their video for "Dear Sarah, I Wish Sorry Could Cover It," and if you thought the stripped-down track was emotionally heavy, just wait until you press play. With its black-and-white filter, minimalistic visuals, and stunning contrast of emotions, this video not only depicts the moments after love has lost its way, but it will actually make you feel that unmistakable ache that comes with it.
Of the video's concept, frontwoman Kayla Loren tells us, "[it's] about being in love with someone that has given their heart to someone else. It's about feeling bad for the way you feel and being human. It's one of our more personal songs and it'd be absolutely wonderful if others will be able to relate to it."
Sad as it may be, we're pretty sure every one of us can relate to those uglier moments of love, so we have no doubts this one will hit home with most. Check out the video's exclusive premiere right here, and let us know your thoughts.
[Video Credit: Shannon Dodd]