Mental Health Struggles hit the best of us, including stacks of our favourite musicians, which is why we turn to their music as an avenue to help us feel better momentarily before we look at other professional options and one bloke who has been fighting his own battles and sharing those struggles with us through his music is Frank Carter of Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, who joins the podcast this week to chat about his personal life and to pass on the important reassurance that there’s always hope at the end of it all. Dark clouds pass and this is something we all need to take into account when going through rough patches.
If you or anyone you know needs help with their own mental well-being call Lifeline on 13 11 14 or Beyond Blue on 1300 22 4636 or find your closest Suicide Prevention/Crisis Support Organisation on Google…
Podcast host Browny also addresses Frank’s inspirational “Girls Only” moshpit movement which he will be doing at every single show he performs at following the praise he received from fans when it made global headlines at Reading Festival back in August. He’s also got a very important message for those who criticise the movement and you know what, we couldn’t back him any more than what we already do.
We also take a look at last week’s ARIAs Nominees and play New Music from Dream State, WAAX and Simple Plan, throwbacks from Clowns, Marmozets, Violent Soho, Royal Blood and heaps more…
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Frank Carter Photo by Lindsay Melbourne