After unleashing their debut album Badder Than Brooklyn, produced by Joe Duplantier of Gojira, Toronto's Decatur have been on quite a role and are keeping it rolling with a new video for "Worst Enemy." The video serves as a message from the band to conquer the fight against depression and it follows in the footsteps of the album being one of empowerment and strength.
Vocalist and guitarist Jay Sarrazin said, "Worst Enemy' was actually the first song I wrote for this album. I was at a pretty dark place in my life at the time. I was struggling with depression and anxiety and was constantly berating myself with negativity. I felt trapped in a box so to speak and I became my own worst enemy. That’s what the song is about and the music video we made emphasizes that emotion of being trapped in that box or in your own head saying all these things to yourself. Throughout the years I have learned to find more coping methods and I am always learning more about myself. Hopefully this song helps other knows they are not alone and to seek help if they need it."