Songs about depression (A list)

songs about depression

In this brief blogpost, we will provide a curated list of songs about depression which may be useful if you are feeling depressed and want to find a way to channel your energy or better understand your depression through songs.

There are many songs about depression that are readily available but we thought that the songs about depression which we have compiled were the best we found which could shed some positives and provide us with a better outlook on depression and how to free ourselves from depression using songs.

Listening to songs about depression should not be a way to slip further into depression but rather you should use the songs below for inspiration into how other people have beat depression and how you can possibly beat depression too.

songs about depression

Depression is a very serious thing and simply listening to songs about depression may not be sufficient enough to treat your depression. You should look to get mental health help as the severity of your depression may be much higher than you first anticipated.

How can depression be treated?

Depression can be treated by doing a lot of things such as taking medication or through using different types of therapies such as cognitive behavioural therapy- which looks to find the source of your depression and slowly help you replace these negative thoughts with positive thoughts.

Songs about depression

If you are suffering from depression, anxiety, loneliness or any similar mental health issue then seeking help for it may be a good option. Mental health issues such as depression, loneliness and anxiety can affect anyone of us.

If you are under 18 then CAMHS, an NHS run programme may just be the answer for your mental health struggles.

You should look to see if you meet the CAMHS referral criteria and then fill in the CAMHS referral form.

Songs about depression (A list)

Juanita Agboola

Juanita Agboola is the editor in chief of HFNE and an expert in mental health online. She has been writing about online behaviour, mental health and psychology issues since 2012. All Guides are reviewed by our editorial team which constitutes various clinical psychologists, PhD and PsyD colleagues.