James Arthur Rolls Out “Finally Feel Good” As Latest Single From ‘You’

Mike Wass | September 30, 2019 3:55 pm
James Arthur's 'Empty Space' Video
The UK singer unveils the heartbreaking video for new single, 'Empty Space.'

James Arthur’ You era is coming along nicely. Since introducing his third album (due October 20) with “Naked,” the Brit has rolled out a series of very good singles including “Empty Space” and “Falling Like The Stars.” The latest track to emerge from the LP is called “Finally Feel Good” and it’s a cathartic ode about making peace with yourself. “I wanna wake up sober, see what the sunrise means to me,” the 31-year-old sings over Ricky Reed’s layered production. “‘Cause I’ve been getting colder and nothing means anything.”

Things get real as the song nears the chorus. “I put enough cigarettes on my bed, only friends gather up in my head,” James laments. “When you hit bottom, only place to go is up.” Salvation awaits, however. “When I found me, I was smiling and through the crying, I finally feel good.” The “Say You Won’t Let Go” hitmaker has been chipping away at his third album, collaborating with artists as diverse as Ty Dolla $ign, Travis Barker and Taking Back Sunday frontman Adam Lazzara. Listen to James’ latest hit below.

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