Shinedown Releases New Video For Piano Version Of “Get Up”

Shinedown has released a new video for their stunning piano version of anthemic single “Get Up,” capturing the camaraderie and spirit behind this special song which has racked up more than 38 million streams and has become a crossover hit at Hot AC after spending several weeks at #1 on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock Songs Chart. The stripped-down video, propelled by the undeniable power of front man Brent Smith’s voice, shines a light on the song’s urgent and universal message of hope, empathy and encouragement in the face of struggle.

Speaking to the human spirit in a time of need and inspired by Brent watching his friend, Shinedown bassist Eric Bass, deal with clinical depression, “Get Up” quickly became a beacon of light for listeners around the globe, connecting with both those going through hardships of all types and those supporting loved ones who may be struggling. The song landed the band on Live with Kelly and Ryan, was heard during the Walter Payton Award during the Super Bowl Pregame show among other television spots, has garnered praise from the likes of Forbes, Huffington Post, Salon, Rolling Stone, Consequence of Sound, Buzzfeed, Parade, Popdust, Grammy.com and more, and broke a new record for Shinedown giving the band the most Rock Airplay Top 10s ever and their 13th #1 on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock Songs Chart (the second most in the history of the chart, tied with Van Halen).