Certain‘s third single, “It’s Alright,” features Amara Latchford on vocals. The song has fantastic summer vibes and could be played anywhere: on the beach, in a car, on a late-night solo walk, at a party to dance while some make their best moves and others are being goofy and enjoying their bad dancing, or in a room with someone grabbing the brush, turning it into a microphone, and singing along loudly.
Have you ever felt like you couldn’t seem to fit in? as though you’re a stranger? Have you ever preferred to remain in your shell rather than communicate? It’ll be fine; you’re not alone, and you’ll be fine. What evidence do I have? You’ll believe it if you listen to “It’s Alright.”
You’ll know right away that you’re about to hear something light and uplifting because of the beginning. The melody is ethereal and captivating. All of the elements work in unison to enchant the listener, making it difficult not to fall in love with the music. Latchford’s voice is so warm and lovely! Her soft, calm tone convinces you to believe whatever she says. “If there’s someone for me, there’ll be someone for you,” she sings softly. “If I can locate it, you’ll find it as well.” As a result, you’ll trust her and wait for the one.
On a sweltering day, the single is as pleasant as a cold breeze. It soothes your worried mind by assuring you that you will not always feel like an outcast; you will discover someone who will make you stop hiding, stand in front of the camera with them, dance clumsily together, and feel warm for the first time because “It’s Alright.”
The breezy instrumentation and Amara Latchford’s amiable vocals provide a lovely environment while maintaining a playful, engaging edge, and the single has unlimited good vibes from the start. The good energy on exhibit here is contagious, and the words and nature of this message and its delivery have a very candid and authentic feel to them. The way the artists come together on the track seems as fluid and beautiful as anything you’re going to hear soon.
Listen to Certain It’s Alright feat Amara Latchford