Sherrie Garcia

A few weeks after teaming up with RAC for his new single "Stuck on You," Los Angeles singer-songwriter Phil Good is sharing his own new track.

The buttery new cut, titled "Living With No One," arrived today, along with an accompanying video, which is premiering on Variance. The song was inspired by a painful breakup, but its title and lyrics of loneliness and isolation are coincidentally timely, given its release during the middle of a global pandemic.

“I wrote this song post-breakup after a few months of living completely alone for the first time in my life," says Good of the new song. "It was tough, but eventually, I learned to cherish and celebrate being alone. I think a lot of people can relate to those feelings of loneliness and isolation right now more than ever, and it's so important to find happiness any way you can in these tough times. If dancing by yourself helps, do it.”

Good spent last year on tour with Jaymes Young and back in February he was supporting Tones And I's North American tour dates. He is also expected to join Shallou on his tour, which has been postponed until the fall due to current conditions.

Watch the video for "Living With No One" below.