Colm Warren’s ‘Alright’ Is A Moving Listen

A spotlight moment taken from the artist's upcoming debut album, 'You Didn't Write That'...

Colm Warren is marking his return with brand new single ‘Alright’.

An emotionally charged offering from the singer-songwriter, Warren tackles the difficult themes of loss, acceptance and finding peace through hardships. At first dedicated to a close relative suffering from a terminal illness, the artist delivers a universal message that serves as a moment of solace. Leaning into a stripped-back acoustic production, the track lends its spotlight to Warren’s gentle tones, unveiling a true vulnerability that shines brightest across the track’s hook. Uplifted by its growing string sections, ‘Alright’ concludes with a sense of hope.

Immersing himself in the creative process once more, Warren is gearing up towards his debut album ‘You Didn’t Write That’, set to release in the coming months. The body of work will expand the artist’s lyricism, strengthening his relationship with the listener. Previously forming part of Belfast’s gritty quarter ‘The Twenty’, he now ventures in new directions, tipped by the likes of John Byrne, Ronan Nolan, Carl Harvey, Maeve Smyth, Pete Wallace, and the Bulgarian Symphonic Orchestra.

‘Alright’ reveals the next steps of Colm Warren, piecing together a truly moving listen.

Tune in now.

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