Believe is about realizing the irrepressible strength we all have in our hearts and minds. No one is without suffering. We all walk our own paths and, though the obstacles we each encounter may vary, we can find unity in the fact we all possess the power to overcome them. It’s not always going to be easy. Sometimes we’ll need our friends and family or help of a more professional kind. But, in the end, WE can ALL do it.
Know that you are special. Know that you are loved. and know i believe in you.
The always magnetic Eric Nallypremiered “Believe” today on Huffington Post. “Believe” is a rousing reminder that we all have the power within ourselves to overcome any gauntlet laid down before us. This important message comes wrapped in an anthem ready for the dancefloor, the gym or any moment when we need to face our demons. It’s uplifting, unifying and undoubtedly enchanting from a sonic perspective. You can watch the official video for “Believe” (which was co-directed by Nally and Scott Fredette and produced by Monique Lane) now and look for it later this week on all streaming and download services.
“Believe” comes on the tail of Eric’s solo debut, “Ruby”. The visual for “Ruby” sets a mysterious, ethereal vibe that is equally haunting and enthralling. The track itself exhibits the theatrical exuberance that made Foxy Shazam, the project Eric fronted for over a decade, so special while showing a bold step forward artistically for Nally as he begins this new stage in his career. You can watch the video on Eric’s newly launched YouTube channel or listen to the track on Spotify.
Eric Nally has spent the past decade plus playing a pivotal role in the revitalization of theatrical rock and roll with Foxy Shazam. Here he developed a well-earned reputation as one of the most electric frontmen in popular music; leading the band from small clubs to arena tours alongside Slash, The Darkness, Portugal The Man and Panic At The Disco. In 2016, Eric re-emerged to sing the hook on Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ smash hit “Downtown” along Hip Hop luminaries Melle Mel, Grandmaster Caz and Kool Moe Dee. This marked the first time Eric would appear as an artist away from Foxy Shazam and set the stage for a transition into his solo career the following year.
On his 2017 debut EP, Madville, we see Eric take full control of the songwriting process for the first time. We also get a look at just how diverse of an artist he is. Eric has been hands-on with every aspect of the project from co-directing videos to a deep involvement in the curation of the artwork and overall aesthetic of the release. In short, his debut is a story-driven multimedia project as opposed to just a record.
Stay tuned for more from Eric Nally as we get closer to the release of his debut EP.