PREMIERE – JONCRO brings awareness to mental health with latest single

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Mississauga noise rockers JONCRO have released their latest single “Adeline V. Woolf,” written from the perspective of a person whose romantic partner committed suicide. It is semi-inspired by the death of author Virginia Woolf and seeks to bring awareness to mental health.

“The song is my attempt to capture the pain of losing someone you love and the powerlessness that comes with being unable to help them,” says frontman Daniel G. Wilson,
“I have struggled with depression and anxiety and know people who have also struggled with mental health issues. So the details of her death really hit home for me. “

Due to the subject matter of the song, the band is using this as an opportunity raise funds for the cause and will be donating all the money from the song on Bandcamp to CAMH.

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