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Montréal’s Ragers are gonna be “Alright” with new single

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Montréal’s Ragers are gonna be “Alright” with new single

Our weekly segment Submission Sundays features the new “Alright” single by budding Montréall group Ragers.

“Sounds like a refurbished, infinitely more chill take on drum and bass for a new generation… the warped bass line, breakbeats, and shiny guitar lines.” – The FADER

Submission Sundays is a segment featuring eight songs or videos based 100% on submissions we receive through our Submission Form. We select our favourite eight as a team, and the rest of the submissions are put back in the pool for future consideration.


  • Who: 4-man recording act Ragers.
  • What: The new self-produced single “Alright” (with additional production by Valaire).
  • When: Available now on SoundCloud.
  • Where: Representing Montréal, Québec.
  • Why: “Alright” is a hook-laden anthem with touches of Motown and soul alongside new school production and a touch of 90s hip-hop. Lyrically it deals with complex matters of the heart and the excesses of instant gratification.

The group commented on the release of their new song:

“We’re celebrating complicated modern love in the age of excess and digital stardom. This is a Ragers love story… and of course, a party. Even though love can sometimes leave us lost, it will all be Alright, we’re gonna be Alright!”

You can listen to “Alright” below.


Montreal group Ragers are gonna be Alright with new single

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Please note, due to the volume of submissions we receive, we are unable to respond to each submission directly. Submissions with missing information will be deleted.

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