Whiskey Myers Honor Military Members, Shine A Light On PTSD With Intense “Bury My Bones” Video

We ain’t lying…

And with a powerful new music video for “Bury My Bones,” the fellas just continue to prove why they’re one of the best in the business.

The new video pays homage to the brave men and women that give their lives to protect our freedoms. The brave men and women of the United States military. But more than just their service in the military, the video tackles the painful realities of coming back to civilian life, dealing with PTSD, the immense sacrifices they must make, and coming to grips with the loss of a brother.

“I wrote these lyrics when we were in the middle of a long run of shows in Europe and it felt like we might never get back home,” says guitarist John Jeffers of the song. “It’s really powerful and humbling to see those same words translated to our American heroes and to have such a meaningful visual to accompany this song. We can’t thank our men and women in uniform enough for what they do.”

“Most of us will never really understand what these people go through, fighting to protect our country and the ideals of freedom,” adds lead singer Cody Cannon. “It’s an honor to be able to shine a light on their sacrifices with this video, especially as we celebrate living in the land of the free this weekend. Thank you to all of our service members for everything you do.”

It’s an absolute gut-punch of a music video.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock