Kat Dahlia falls victim to an abusive lover in her new video for 'The High.' The song appears on the singer’s latest mixtape, 'Seeds.'

In the provocative video, which was filmed in Miami by director Garcia, we see Dahlia and her vampiric boyfriend in the heat of passion when suddenly things becomes violent. There's plenty of blood sucking and fighting going on in the clip. The blood that's spilled on the floor is represented by red roses.

The underlining message in the visual is that 4.8 million women in the U.S. are a victim of domestic violence each year. It’s time to break the cycle and speak up.

At the end of the video, Dahlia points viewers to speakupfoundation.com, where women can go to seek help or counseling.

Meanwhile, Kat Dahlia is currently working on her debut album, 'My Garden.'