Countless individuals around the world struggle daily with their bouts of isolation, depression, and loneliness. The fight to protect ourselves during the COVID-19 pandemic has only intensified people’s mental health issues. Los Angeles group Love Ghost is putting a spotlight on the topic with their latest single dropping today, “I’ll be Fine.” Intermingling rock, hip hop, and trap influences into their music, Love Ghost has captured the angst that most teens are experiencing these days with the Danny Saber (The Rolling Stones, Alice Cooper, the Charlatans, Public Enemy) produced single.
Here’s lead vocalist/guitarist Finn Bell on the song: “This next track ‘I’ll be “Fine’ is a song about depression and isolation. It’s about when you’re so alienated that the only person that can tell you, that you’ll be aight, is yourself. I hope this song helps people that are dealing with depression and can alleviate kids that are feeling like an outsider. I have felt very alone in the past, but that doesn’t mean that things can’t get better. I hope this song gives hope because mental health is a marathon. You need to work on it every day.”
Along with Bell, Love Ghost members include Ryan Stevens (bass and background vocals), Samson Young (drums and background vocals), Daniel Alcala (guitar), and Cory Batchler (keyboards). Tracing back to their days in Junior High, the ensemble has toured all around the world with stops in Ireland and Japan. The band has also played the mainstage at Festival fff in Ambato, Ecuador, and most recently played a sold-out hometown show at Resident.
The band has plans in support of their two EP’s they plan on releasing this summer and fall. To pre-order, click here.