Love, death, music, and persistent depressive disorder...
Millennial artists navigate the ever-present past that shapes and drives them, searching for a road they can travel into a future together.
With his thirties looming, failed botanist Lindsey Quinlan finds himself unemployed and facing up to the truth: he’s been going nowhere all his adult life, and the simmering background depression he’s fought for years is threatening to drown him and destroy the last and only good thing he has, his relationship with his boyfriend, aspiring rock star Thomas Smith Gorev. Even his dead brother Raleigh is nagging him to get help.
Guitarist Thomas “Tank” Gorev is ready for the bigtime, if his band can just find that one missing element to propel them beyond their indie cult status, but his partner’s worsening mental state is a growing concern. He misplaced Lindsey moments after their very first kiss, and having found him again seven years later, isn’t about to let him go so easily a second time, but is that going to mean putting his career and his bandmates’ futures on hold to watch over a man sinking down into the dark?