Tracii Guns explains why the music for L.A. Guns’ single “Let You Down” is so “depressing”

Tracii Guns explains why the music for L.A. Guns’ single “Let You Down” is so “depressing”

L.A. Guns‘ single “Let You Down” was released back in early May 2020 and it ended up on the band’s studio album Checkered Past, which was later released via Frontiers Music Srl on November 9, 2021.

Earlier today, L.A. Guns band founder and guitarist Tracii Guns explained via his Facebook account why the music for “Let You Down” ended up “so fucking depressive.”

“I remember writing the music for this song in March 2020. Ole was barely a month old. We lived on the top floor of a tiny apartment in Trøjborg. They had just cancelled my return flight to the states due to Covid restrictions. The lockdown was in full swing and I was doing everything I could to not completely freak out. We took a trip to the west coast of Jutland for a week with the baby and I was completely out of my body. I was with the best people I could have been with but, I was still out of my body like living in a nightmare that just wouldn’t end. Well that’s why this music is so fucking depressing. ❤️

L.A. Guns‘ “Let You Down” lyric video: