Jimmie Allen Opens Up About Mental Health Struggles With New “Untitled Song”
Jimmie Allen premieres brand new tune “Untitled Song” on Instagram. Within the four minute video, the country singer is playing an acoustic guitar along with the track. The song discusses the country singer’s struggle with mental health.
Jimmie Allen shared a four minute video of him singing on social media on April 18. Within the video, he sings his newest track, “Untitled Song.” The caption of the post explains that Allen wrote this track based on his current state.
Jimmie Allen Gets Candid About His Mental Health Struggles in New Song
The four minute acoustic track features vulnerable lyrics that share the singer’s experience. Within the caption of the post, Allen reminded fans that they’re not alone through their daily struggles. Most of the song’s narrative is about country singer navigating his career during hard times.
“So I smile for the cameras / Say that I’m okay / Broken to pieces / No one can see it / Truth is that I’m always on the edge / Trying to find the point of living / Barely hanging on / No one can see that I’m constantly fighting me,” Allen sings.
Fans flooded the comment section of this video, sharing support for the artist and what he may be going through. Many of the comments state that this song has a powerful message that makes their struggles feel heard.
“This is raw. Thank you for being vulnerable. I never would have guessed that you struggle too. Thank you for bringing awareness to mental health. Wishing you all the best, J!” a fan commented.
Even though this video is simple, it’s captivating. Allen’s voice and lyric combination draw the viewer in and makes them want more. Since mental health is something most people struggle with, this tune touches the heart of many. It’s uncertain if Allen will release this song to streaming in the near future at this time, but I’m sure it would do well. The country singer published this tune on both Instagram and TikTok, bringing in 10,000 average views per platform.
Ahead of sharing this video on social media, Allen expressed his excitement for the continuation of his 2022 Down Home Tour. The concert series began on February 3 and ends on May 13. He returns back to the tour on April 21.