Sam Fischer, Meghan Trainor share ‘Alright’

New single available now

Australian born singer-songwriter Sam Fischer duets with global superstar Meghan Trainor for his latest release “Alright,” available via Sony Music UK/RCA Records.

The man behind the hit tracks “This City” and “What Other People Say” featuring Demi Lovato originally wrote the track with Trainor more than four years ago, but now it is finally seeing the light of day. The single sees Fischer step away from the guitar and onto the dance floor with catchy drum beats and beautiful vocal harmonies with Trainor. Lyrically, the song is all about manifesting positivity, and it’s delivered with an optimistic assurance that you can’t help but smile.

“I wrote the chorus of ‘Alright’ in the shower in 2018 while I was having an anxiety attack,” Fischer says. “I calmed myself down by saying ‘I’m gonna be alright’ repeatedly – then went to the studio and smashed out the song! Meghan Trainor is one of the most talented humans I’ve worked with and on top of that, we’ve been great mates for years. She heard me play the track and wanted to jump on it – obviously I said, ‘hell yeah’ and four years later the time has finally come to unleash this beautiful beast on the world.”

“I first heard this song when Sam sang it on tour opening for Lewis Capaldi and I texted him from the audience how much I loved it and wanted to be a part of it!” Trainor adds. “Sam is a brilliant writer with one of my favorite voices ever. On top of that, no one makes me laugh harder than him. He’s a great person and friend and he deserves the world! I am so honored to finally have duet with this legend.”

Fischer has more than a billion streams to his name. He is currently performing live across the UK and Europe as part of his Something To Hold Onto Tour. The series of intimate shows see Fischer going back to his roots with acoustic performances showcasing new music from his highly anticipated upcoming album.

Buddy Iahn
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