"Insecure" is a song that is told from the perspective of a young woman who sees herself as less-than, compares herself to her peers and seeks ways to change her image.
"No one is perfect! That goes for guys as well. There’s no denying that every single person in this world faces insecurities, and we just want this song to let people know that it’s okay to feel it." - Mikee Fabella
When asked why FYKE is aimed at addressing social issues in their music, Fabella says, "Not a lot of people talk about it these days. We feel that having this sort of platform with our music, we just really want to take advantage of that and reach out. It’s crazy to think that a lot of people who suffer from depression, suicide, loneliness and even anxiety all feel like they’re alone and that no one cares. But the truth is they aren’t."
Now, on Facebook, the band has a fan page called "FYKE CLUB" where people are able to talk about their issues.
"If you feel like life is getting the best of you, you can come and just let all those emotions out. It’s a place where no one will judge you but instead love on you and to let you know that [you] really aren’t alone," Fabella says.
FYKE has a show on the weekend of June 15 & 16 at this year's KTOWN Night Market 2018 festival, an annual L.A. event that celebrates Korean culture.
Those interested in seeing FYKE at the festival should look out for more information on their Facebook page.