New from Almost Fine – Are You Okay ( Indie synth / Pop)

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Up-and-Coming Singer-Songwriter “almost fine” Releases Anthemic Synth Pop Single “

NMR – A trip back to 80’s Synth Pop goodness here, some great sounds and that retro song arrangement with pulsing Bassline and dreamy vocal delivery, all wrapped up in nice mix and production,

Independent singer-songwriter Rachel Earl, known by her stage name “almost fine,” has released her new single “are you okay?” as of June 28th, 2024. This anthemic indie synth pop track showcases her unique ability to blend earnest storytelling with infectious melodies, creating a song that resonates with listeners on multiple levels.

“are you okay?” is a heartfelt and relatable exploration of Rachel’s personal journey with anxiety, transformed into a lighthearted and uplifting anthem. The song’s vibrant synths, catchy hooks, and Rachel’s distinctive vocals come together to deliver a message of hope and resilience, wrapped in a sound that’s both modern and nostalgic.

Earl, a resident of Tulsa, OK, and born and raised in the heart of America, has been quickly gaining recognition for her authentic and emotive songwriting. “are you okay?” continues this trajectory, offering fans a glimpse into her own experiences while inviting them to find comfort and camaraderie in the shared human condition.

“The song was inspired by an anxiety attack I had while in college,” says Earl. “I was struggling internally with something emotionally while in a public space, and I tried to hide it. One of my friends suspected something was wrong but didn’t quite understand, and it culminated in her yelling ‘are you okay?’ and us arguing. But the next day I was able to communicate to her how it made me feel, and I hope this song does that too.”

“are you okay?” is now available on all major streaming platforms, including Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube.

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