“I wrote "Home Is Only a House" to cope with a messy, confusing, and difficult break up. I was really writing it to remind myself that recognizing my value is never worth making a concession on because recognizing it is so much harder when you’re in the throes of it."
Cameron Miles Lavi-Jones
THE WORK IS NOT YET DONE
Each member of King Youngblood either has a direct experience with mental illness or has a family member, classmate or friend who is impacted. That's why the band launched HOLD YOUR CROWN, a project that focuses on breaking the stigma that many young people face when they live with a mental illness.
We want them to know that they are not alone and that help is always available.