Justin Bieber releases ‘Lonely’ music video depicting ‘dark side’ of his childhood fame

Musician Justin Bieber dropped a music video for his new track ‘Lonely’ on Friday (local time).
According to Fox News, the pop star is exploring the dark side of childhood fame in the music video.
The 26-year-old singer rose to stardom at the age of 13 with the release of her album “My World 2.0” at age 16.
Scenes for “Lonely” depict young actor Jacob Trembly as a teenage Bieber. The video shows just how isolated the pop star is despite being raised in the spotlight.
“Maybe when I get older, everyone will calm down, but it’s killing me now. If you have everything but no one’s going to call, maybe you know me / I have everything, but no one is listening, it’s just (interpretive) alone,” the song is about Bieber.
“Everyone knows my past now,” my house was always made of glass / perhaps the price you pay for money and fame at an early age, “the song’s lyrics say.
The ‘Coldwater’ singer has previously talked about how difficult it is to strike a balance between normal childhood and success.
According to Fox News, Bieber has also spoken about addiction and revealed that he has dealt with mental health issues including depression, anxiety and ADHD.