When dealing with hardships, it’s crucial to remember that you’re never alone in what you’re facing, and it’s okay to reach out to your loved ones for help when you need it. Delran, New Jersey-based band All Systems Go discusses the importance of this with their newest single, “Don’t Let Me Go,” produced by Man Overboard’s Nik Bruzzese.
Bassist Dean Mason took the reins with the lyrics, reflecting on a difficult time in his life and how he reached out for support at a time where he needed it most.
"The two central themes to any pop-punk banger are hating your town and loving your friends, and so with this single, we decided to give loving our friends a shot. Confronting themes of personal struggle and mental wellness, Don't Let Me Go is a story of despair and hope that reminds us to rely on the ones we care about when we need them most. I was going through a rough patch when I first came up with the lyrics, and wanted to reflect on how my support network is what gives me the strength to keep going when I feel like I have no hope left.”
"Don’t Let Me Go” provides an uplifting message to the listeners, sending a reminder that it’s okay not to be okay, and that we will always have people in our corner to help us in our times of need.