The Pocket Gods frontman talks mental health

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The Pocket Gods frontman talks mental health

The Pocket Gods frontman Mark Christopher Lee has spoken of the moment he tried to take his own life at the start of this year.

The musician - best known for a series of world record breaking albums - says financial problems, and his struggles with his mental health, led to him taking an overdose.

He's now released a new single, "My Next High", with the hope of using it to raise awarness of suicide - the biggest killer of men under 50. 

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