SHAED Partners with Mental Health Org Teen Line for Upcoming Album Release, along with New Single ‘Part Time Psycho’

NEW YORK, USA — Fans are ecstatic as multi-platinum DC trio SHAED announced the title and release date for their highly-anticipated debut album. High Dive is set for release on May 14th via Photo Finish  Records and is now available for pre-order.

Recently, the trio has teamed up with mental health organization Teen Line – that provides support, resources, and hope to young people through a helpline of  professionally trained teen counselors, and works to destigmatize and normalize mental health through  outreach programs – and will be donating a portion of proceeds from album sales and pre-order bundles.  

SHAED – who has amassed over 2 BILLION streams worldwide – has also released their new single “Part  Time Psycho” today, featuring guest vocals from fellow #1 Alternative Chart musician and producer Two  Feet.

“All of us are part time psychos. Feeling anxiety, pressure, confusion, and sadness is normal. But bottling  these feelings up can be dangerous. It’s ok to admit when you’re struggling. It’s ok to feel a little psycho. YOU ARE NOT ALONE. And you never will be. We hope that sharing this song about our own struggles  helps normalize the ups and downs we all experience, and sparks more conversation about mental  health,” the group expressed.

Producer Two Feet shared, “SHAED sent me this song and I loved it. The production and songwriting caught my ear right away. That  same day I sang my part on it and sent it back over. They’re all super talented and easy to work with and  this song came together quickly like a charm.”

Part Time Psycho art work

“Part Time Psycho” follows recent album tracks “No Other Way” and “Once Upon A Time” and further  highlights both the elective nature of High Dive and the album’s profound meaning to the band. At the top of 2020 SHAED found themselves with a completely different set of songs, music written on the road  in 2018 and 2019 while supporting their global breakout hit “Trampoline.” Feeling pressured to follow up their first commercial hit, the band spent any free moment working with renowned songwriters and  producers all around the globe. 

As the global pandemic struck, like so many others, the trio – Chelsea Lee, her husband Spencer Ernst and his twin brother Max Ernst – found themselves cancelling plans and in one singular space for the  first time in years. With a moment to finally pause, SHAED discovered that what would have been their  debut album no longer felt personal or genuine. 

As the world continued to be turned upside-down, the band scrapped everything they had written and  started from scratch. Throughout the remainder of 2020, SHAED recorded and produced High Dive in  their home studio, digging deep into the anxiety, depression, and fear that the pandemic brought on. 

“It took us a minute to start writing again given the state of the world and the tremendous anxiety of not  knowing what the future would hold, but once we got our bearings, music started flowing out of us. We  wrote about every feeling we were experiencing – feeling depressed, getting drunk, feeling lost, finding  confidence, feeling unhinged, mourning loss, and feeling hopeful. In this process we wrote the most  honest music we have ever created,” the band added.

SHAED’s debut album High Dive is due out May 14th via Photo Finish Records, and is now available for pre-order.

Check out their latest track Part Time Psycho:

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