Top Norwegian pop act Donkeyboy debut their new single “It’ll Be Alright”, which premiered today on Perez Hilton. Their sound is a refreshing musical collision of indie rock and synthpop, the unique mix of the new and the old gives a timeless sense of anthemic pop to much of the band’s music, and this single is no exception.
The song was written and produced by brothers Cato and Kent Sundberg, co-founders of Donkeyboy, who brought in Violet Days‘ Lina Hanson to help with the lyrics.
“We came up with the melody and the idea of ‘It’ll Be Alright’. We felt that the song had a really positive energy, and was crying out for a lyric with a universal message, so we asked Lina if she could help us out,” says lead vocalist Kent Sundberg.
Donkeyboy, who have over 150 million combined streams on Spotify, are currently one of the headliners on the Vinterlyd tour in Scandinavia which is presented by NRJ and P4, two of the leading pop radio stations there. The band will be playing festival dates in Europe this summer.