Luke Bryan, ‘Most People Are Good’ | Track Review
Luke Bryan keeps things simple and thoughtful on “Most People Are Good,” a beautiful third single from his upcoming album, ‘What Makes You Country.’
According to country superstar Luke Bryan, “Most People Are Good.” On his third single from his forthcoming album, What Makes You Country, Bryan keeps things simple, yet thoughtful. The single follows up the objectophilia country-pop of “Light It Up” and the countrified title track, “What Makes You Country.
“Most People Are Good” encompasses living traditionally, morally, and having faith that most people are trying to do the same. He successfully sells and conveys that message throughout, no questions asked. “Most People Are Good” isn’t a game changing or transcendent record itself, but the message carries weight. Who wouldn’t want peace and harmony without disruptions from the non-team players?
Essentially Bryant’s heart is in the right place. The song itself is beautiful, well-sung, and well-executed. However, is “Most People Are Good” believable? Depends on who you are. Most of us do believe that most people are good. However, is ‘most people are good’ our go to statement in the age of mass shootings, social unrest, and corrupt politics? Bryant doesn’t go there, but with so much noise, voicing the statement he asserts grows tougher day by day. Just some food for thought.
All in all, Luke Bryan delivers ‘the goods’ on “Most People Are Good.” Sound vocals, sound messaging, and sound production. It is a message that sounds good, but definitely ‘easier said than done.’ Nonetheless, a solid teaser released in advance of What Makes You Country.