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“Alright” Clara Mae’s New Single (Featuring Russell Dickerson) Captures Tumultuous Post-Breakup Emotions

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Swedish singer-songwriter Clara Mae has teamed up with multi-platinum country recording artist Russell Dickerson for collaborative new single “Alright”. Produced by Mugisho and co-written by Clara Mae alongside Calle Lehmann and Cassandra Ströberg, the duet captures yet another stage of romance — serving as soundtrack to tumultuous post-breakup emotions.

“We wrote this song about that weird feeling that occurs after a break up, when you often just stop talking to each other but obviously still care about the person. Sometimes you just want to know the other person is ok, even without any intention of winning them back. I’ve always been a huge fan of country music, and when I heard Russell’s voice on the record I knew it was the perfect fit. I’m so honored he wanted to join and can’t wait for the world to hear this song.”Clara Mae

“As soon as I heard this song I was sold! The song is a hit and Clara Mae’s performance is stellar! So jacked to be a part of this song!” — Russell Dickerson

“Alright” precedes the release of Clara Mae’s highly-anticipated sophomore Drunk On Emotions EP via Big Beat Records. The 8-track collection also includes the new track “Not Ok”, along with previous standout releases “Overused”, “Run Into You”, and “Lost”.

Russell Dickerson’s current single “Love You Like I Used To” is in the Top 25 at country radio this week, and he’s set to become a first-time dad with wife Kailey very soon. He released the song as an ode to his wife about how their love gets better with time and “Home Sweet”, the first song written about his brand-new journey into fatherhood. The two tracks are the first off his long-awaited second studio album due out this winter. Dickerson is the launch artist on Triple Tigers Records, a joint venture with Sony Music.

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