I, Alone, the solo project for indie alt-rock/pop musician Brandon Zastrow has unveiled the latest single from his new recording Collateral Beauty.
‘Good Fight’ is the third single from the recording, which was released this past December and is streaming online now. Its musical arrangement mixes elements of Saving Abel, Hinder, Lifehouse and other similar acts to form its foundation. The up-and-coming artist said in a recent interview that the song’s lyrical content explains his own personal experiences, but will also have equal significance to listeners in their own way.
“Good Fight was written from a nontraditional point of view compared to my typical writing perspective,” Zastrow said. ” study Grammar and Language to greatly improve my lyrical content and really dive into the lyric. With focus on rhythm, rhyme, symbolism and metaphor, I take every line as its own cohesive expression. I’ve found this most often leads to a relatable product that paints a picture in a dynamic fashion. Generally speaking, my songs begin as short stories and I pull from that to form a broad, but appropriate idea. However I wanted to do something different with ‘Good Fight.’ I wanted to be a bit more specific and concrete. During the writing process, I was overcome by the experience and promise of the EP. I wrote ‘Good Fight’ as a song that summarizes my journey through music. Yet still, it’s such a relatable song to so many. I hear all the time that listeners identify the content with overcoming bullying, finding self-confidence and hope for the future. It truly is a feel good, I told you so, type of song.”
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