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There are years of dealing with mental issues in Springfield Elementary’s new single ‘Doctor, Doctor’. Frontman Billy Goodwin gives a personal and honest account on coping with anxiety.

Billy: The track ‘was written after years of mental health struggles and the hopeless feeling that comes from living within a relentlessly individualistic and selfish society. It is more anthemic than our other stuff, a sort of ballad for the battered mind with a slight dash of optimism. I wrote the lyrics ages ago and recorded it well before the lockdown was implemented. Still, I think it definitely reflects a lot of people’s moods right now. COVID-19 epidemic has been especially difficult for people living with mental health issues. I hope they find strength and solace in this song, or at least relatability to know their anxieties are not alone.

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