‘AGT All-Stars’ Singer Caly Bevier Unpacks Meaning Of Her New Single “Be Alright”
America’s Got Talent season 11 standout Caly Bevier has recently opened about her latest single, “Be Alright.” The singer also reflected on her current experience as a contender in the spinoff-series AGT All-Stars.
Caly Bevier Talks About Her Latest Single “Be Alright”
Sitting down for an interview in The Buzz, Caly Bevier revealed that “Be Alright” wasn’t a fresh composition. Rather, it was her favorite song written three years ago.
“It’s kind of about sweeping the issues in your relationship under the rug and just coming back love bomb each other afterwards,” Bevier said.
Admitting that “Be Alright” tackles the toxicity in a romantic relationship, Bevier mentioned that this new single speaks about her own experience. Nonetheless, she deems it as a “cute” creative pursuit. While the singer has evidently moved forward from the past, she believes that it’s crucial for an artist to recount their previous emotions.
“I definitely had to learn to be vulnerable with myself in my writing,” she said. “You know, it wasn’t just making up a story or writing about something I never experienced.”
According to the AGT standout, “Be Alright” would probably be liked by fans of pop punk artists like Avril Lavigne and Olivia Rodrigo.
She Reflects on Joining AGT All-Stars Years After AGT Season 11
Elsewhere in the interview, the singer also took the chance to talk about her recent appearance in AGT All-Stars. About a week ago, Bevier graced the spin-off series, singing her original song “Head Held High” during the Preliminaries.
“I never thought it was going to be an opportunity to be on America’s Got Talent again,” she said. “It was just amazing and I got to come on not only as a fresh singer but who I am now as an artist.”
For those who may not know, Bevier was Simon Cowell’s first ever Golden Buzzer in AGT back in Season 11. She joined the competition as a 16-year-old cancer survivor, reaching the Semifinals of the show.
“Thank you so much @agt for this experience AGAIN. This time I wasn’t worried about competing… I was focused on my growth and remembering how powerful music can be,” she wrote on Instagram.