Henry Moodie Opens Up About Mental Health Struggles in Poignant New Single 'bad emotions'

Rising star Henry Moodie, a 20-year-old singer-songwriter with over 489 million streams to his name, bares his soul in the poignant new single 'bad emotions'. The track, taken from his upcoming EP 'good old days', is a raw and relatable exploration of Moodie's personal journey with mental health.

"‘bad emotions' is a song about my journey with my mental health," Moodie shares. "Songwriting has always been a form of therapy for me and I knew that if I went into the studio that day talking about my mental health, I would feel better when I left. I hope this song helps anyone going through a hard time!"

The single comes on the heels of Moodie's debut EP, 'in all of my lonely nights', a massive success with 450 million streams across tracks like 'you were there for me', global top 100 hit 'drunk text', and the heartfelt 'pick up the phone'. Moodie's popularity has soared, landing him in the Top 10 most viewed UK artists on TikTok in 2022 and earning him a spot on Amazon Music's Artists To Watch in 2023.

After selling out his debut UK and European tour, including a memorable show at London's KOKO, Moodie is set to embark on his first-ever Australian headline tour in August, with shows in Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne this August.

'bad emotions' is a testament to Moodie's ability to connect with listeners on a deeply personal level. With his honest and vulnerable songwriting, he continues to solidify his place as a rising star in the music industry.

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