This is as raw as it gets.
The Usedhave posted an emotional version of their song 'For You' via Nylon's Show + Tell.
Vocalist Bert McCracken commented on the song's meaning:
"Justin lost his father a little over 10 years ago and around this time last year on tour a good friend of mine shot himself so this song was out attempt at something impossible. If we had five minutes with someone that we love that we lost.
Life is too short to allow us to forget mortality. The fact that we we die is so special. It gives us a chance to love so brutally and to be brave."
Check it out below:
The band's new album 'The Canyon' is out now via Hopeless Records.
Here's the video for 'Over And Over Again':