Imagine Dragons shared a special release in honor of World Mental Health Day on Monday.

The band released a music video for the song “I Don’t Like Myself” from their album “Mercury-Acts 1&2.”

The black-and-white video was released in collaboration with the nonprofit Crisis Text Line.

“I wrote this song at a very low point for me,” frontman Dan Reynolds said in a statement. “I struggled quite a bit with self-love over the years. I was in a deep rut of depression and turned to music for refuge. I’ve since spent many years in therapy working on self-love. I believe therapy is the reason I am still alive today. If it’s ever a question of whether or not you should go to therapy. The answer is always yes. Stay alive.”

What music do you listen to as a type of therapy? Do you think more musicians should be open about mental health?

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