"The video is a reflection of real-life events that loved ones have gone through," says singer Jesse Leach.
"Kyle Cogan and Zack Stauffer did an amazing job of bringing it all to life. The result is a powerful video that captures the essence and desperation of the song."
The Grammy-nominated band are partnering with Hope for the Day – a Chicago-based non-profit organisation that focuses on suicide prevention by providing outreach and mental health education through the use of music and art – and are donating a portion of the proceeds from the song to the charity.
"This song is very near and dear to my heart," explains Leach. "I wanted the listener to feel the urgency, the heaviness of the topic as well as a possible connection.
"Many people suffer from mental illness in one form or another. I want nothing more than for people to feel like they are not alone in this struggle. There is always someone there to help, to listen, and to be there for you.
"Don't lose hope and don’t let your brokenness consume you. Broken can be fixed, or at the very least, maintained. No one is alone in this fight."
Check out the video below.
The new single is taken from their forthcoming new album Atonement, which is out on August 16 via Music For Nations and available to pre-order here (opens in new tab).
Killswitch Engage UK/European dates
Oct 14: Norwich UEA, UK
Oct 15: Bristol O2 Academy, UK
Oct 17: Glasgow Barrowland, UK
Oct 18: Manchester Academy, UK
Oct 19: Birmingham O2 Academy, UK
Oct 20: London Brixton Academy, UK
Oct 22: Brussels AB, Belgium
Oct 23: Amsterdam Melkweg, Netherlands
Oct 25: Oberhausen Turbinehalle, Germany
Oct 26: Berlin Huxleys, Germany
Oct 28: Helsinki Circus, Finland
Oct 30: Stockholm Fryshuset, Sweden
Oct 31: Oslo Rockerfeller, Norway
Nov 1: Karlstad Nojesfabriken, Sweden
Nov 2: Copenhagen Amager Bio, Denmark
Nov 4: Warsaw Stodola, Poland
Nov 5: Leipzig Werk 2, Germany
Nov 6: Munich Tonhalle, Germany
Nov 8: Lausanne Les Docs, Switzerland
Nov 9: Prattelin Z7, Switzerland
Nov 10: Nuremberg Loewensaal, Germany