Great Good Fine OK
Change precedes evolution. By embracing it, we not only expand our potential, but we also actualize it. Rather than shy away from change, Great Good Fine Ok has generated a new mindset by embracing a fresh beginning, not because they’ve grown tired of their ways, but because they have grown, period. The Los Angeles-based duo—vocalist Jon Sandler and multi-instrumentalist Luke Moellman—give their music space to naturally morph, co-mingling their shimmering and spacey synth pop with elements of R&B, funk, disco, indie, and pop, for good measure. Following hundreds of millions of streams and widespread acclaim from Billboard, LADYGUNN, Entertainment Weekly, and more, the pair continue to push boundaries and progress on their forthcoming EP out in spring 2024. Over the last decade, Great Good Fine Ok consistently fascinated a fervent audience. Thus far, the duo have served up a string of fan favorite projects, including the III EP , GGFOUR EP , and Great Good Five Ok EP . Along the way, “Find Yourself” [with Before You Exit] tallied over 50.8 million Spotify streams, while “Take It or Leave It” surpassed 33.6 million Spotify streams followed by “You’re the One for Me” [with Digital Farm Animals] at 13.3 million+ Spotify streams. Plus, The Chainsmokers enlisted them for “Let You Go – Radio Edit” [feat. Great Good Fine Ok], piling up a staggering 78 million+ Spotify streams. Additionally, they remixed tracks for Twenty One Pilots, Foxes, and many more. Along the way, they sold out headline shows, toured with X Ambassadors, Betty Who, Joywave, and Magic Man, and graced the bills of festivals such as Bonnaroo, Firefly, and Bunbury, to name a few. In 2022, the guys traded Brooklyn for Los Angeles. Adding more live instrumentation and pulling inspirations from “seventies jazz-rock” and R&B, they are channeling Steely Dan, Prince, and other influences. On their sixth EP and first with Nettwerk, Great Good Fine Ok’s new sonic direction is not only inviting and alluring, but most of all, displays a great sense of a band evolving over time. Yet for Jon and Luke, their personal growth outside of music is clearly imprinted on the new material that they hope fans and newcomers alike will resonate with, both sonically and emotionally.