“All the Good People” is the latest single from New York-based singer/songwriter Liz Asaro. Produced by Brendan Davies and Alex Elliot in London. “All The Good People” was recorded after Asaro spent an extended period of time in the studio, where she perfecting her ideal mix of real instrumentation with electronic and percussive elements. During this time, Asaro found herself inspired by artists like Alanis Morissette, Arctic Monkeys, P¡nk, and twentyone pilots.
About the song, Asaro comments:
“The never ending debate of whether there is more good in the world than bad. I wrote this song after, against my better judgement, I got into a somewhat political debate on Facebook. It occurred to me that there are way too many “keyboard jockeys” debating until their fingers fall off. What was upsetting was that people not only don’t stop for long enough to have a civil debate and think about the other point of view, but in a lot of cases I don’t think they even know what they believe anymore. Many times we are too quick to fight, too quick to assume, too quick to put our defenses up, but I do think that most of these people are good, we all just need to pick our heads up from the machines a little more and try to see things for what they are.”
Inspired by an eclectic mix of modern pop and 90’s artists like The Cranberries and Chris Cornell and following the advice of Blondie Guitars Tommy Kessler, Asaro was connected to an allstar team of musicians musicians including Gerry Leonard, Sterling Campbell, and Tim Lefevbre – all former members of David Bowie’s touring and recording band.