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Kellin Quinn Has Opened Up About The Glorification Of Drug Culture In This New Track

Brii Jamieson
Brii Jamieson 25 January 2019 at 13.44

"Too many young people dying.. music and drugs don’t have to mix.. "

Sleeping With Sirens frontman Kellin Quinn features on a soon to be released track by DJ Yultron, tackling the glorification of drug culture. 

Accompanying a short teaser of the track posted to Instagram, Kellin shared "Too many young people dying.. music and drugs don’t have to mix.. Yultron and I wanted to write a song about it.. because we both lost friends close to us.. not trying to tell anyone how to live their life.. just expressing our feelings when it comes to the issue... #thebottom"

The lyrics from 'The Bottom' appear to be:
I said hey keep your head held high
Because I know in my heart that it’ll be alright
You’ll never understand with a soul so hollow
You’ll never find the answer at the bottom of a bottle

This isn't the first time that Kellin has taken opened up about his opinions on the glorification of drug culture in the scene- he posted a series of tweets at the end of last year sharing his frustrations:

Sleeping With Sirens are getting ready to embark on a massive your of the UK and Europe with Good Charlotte from next month. Check out the full list of tour dates below:

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