“‘Be’ is sort of the climax of Misery Loves Company,” Jose tells DX. “It touches on a lot from how I tend to push away the people who care about me the most and the feelings of self-doubt that I think we all feel.”
He adds, “Misery Loves Company is a story about the struggles that I’ve faced trying to navigate through adulthood while chasing this music shit. The oxymoron of it is how consumers have an infatuation for the self-destruction and pain that artists deal with daily. The blatant calls for help are often ignored because misery loves company.”
Watch Jose’s “Be” video above.