Independent pop-rock artist Charlotte Sands debuted her latest single "Alright" in January and fans worldwide (including us) are INFATUATED with the track. The song has been included on multiple notable playlists - The New Alt, New Music Friday, Pop Lab and tons more. "Alright" has also been featured on multiple publications including Rock Sound, Pop Passion Blog, The Honey Pop, and more.
The ethereal pop anthem "Alright" appeals to Gen Z and beyond who feel like outsiders. Throughout the track, Charlotte lets herself and others know it's okay to not be okay. It's okay to not be perfect. "Alright" captures the emotional rawness perfectly through Charlotte's alluring vocals and overall production. Produced by Danen Reed Rector (her drummer) - who's also worked alongside other artists such as Devon Gilfillian, Aaron Gillespie, Quinn Lewis, Betty Who and more - the track explores feelings of emptiness, grief, and self-doubt. The lyrics - "All my monsters live in the mirror/So I stare 'em straight in the face/Tell them even though I'm lost I'm not afraid" - are enough to endlessly save lives.
“When people feel seen and supported, the world becomes a better place.”
Charlotte Sands released a live performance video of "Alright" on March 8th with her best friends and bandmates guitarist Dillon Jordan and drummer Danen Reed Rector. The video encapsulates the emotional rawness of the track by embracing empowerment and captures feelings of hope. Watch the video below.
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