Soul/pop sensation Ella McCready unleashes her upbeat, energetic offering “Fine On My Own”. The intoxicating track soars with infectious funk-fueled rhythms and fierce vocals. Narrating an inspiring liberation from a negative relationship, McCready uses metaphors of bruising to illustrate the emotional scars that remain. Taking influence from Jess Glynne and Clean Bandit the track explodes with a bold, vibrant sound. She passionately sings, “I’m not taking/the rules your making/I’ll be just fine on my own, ” and there is so much power in those words.
The London artist grew up in a family of musicians and has played gigs since she was a teenager. That immense dedication to her craft comes through in each of her stunning offerings. “Fine On My Own” possesses that sparkling quality we have come to know and love from the talent. From her big, impressive vocals to her animated arrangements, listeners cannot help but be drawn to the charismatic music. The songstress reveals, “It’s always good to be reminded that you are all you need. I think that’s an empowering thought.”