Graham The Grand is the moniker for Brisbane singer/songwriter Isaac Nichol. His song “Mum, i’m Sorry” is a deeply personal conversation between Isaac and his mother. It deals with the themes of depression, anxiety and suicide. Discussions about these difficult topics are often very difficult to broach between those suffering and their loved ones. Whilst the subjects may be dark, Graham the Grand is keen to share these with his listeners, letting them know that they are not the only ones to struggle.
We are proud to bring you the beautiful exclusive Video Premiere of the clip for “Mum, i’m Sorry”.
The clip was shot across two days, in three different locations. Isaac directed and came up with the whole concept, and explains how it turned out. “Inspiration just came from within, I remember thinking of the idea one day and that was it. My friend Liam Vautier aka. LVAUT CREATIVE filmed and edited the film”.
If you, or someone you know needs crisis support, call Lifeline now on 13 11 14.