"I wrote I BELIEVE as a mantra to remain strong through hard times. I deeply needed a song to sing that would keep my eyes out to the horizon, beyond the storms we face. It's a reminder to celebrate our differences and see that love really does bridge the gap between them”.

By Vee D

Songwriting is often used as a coping mechanism; in the case of Australian singer/songwriter Ziggy Alberts, he writes ‘I BELIEVE’ as a self-therapy autumnal mantra. He sings: “Things are healing with time; everything will be alright.’ 

As one of Australia’s leading independent artists that sells out shows, Ziggy Alberts is known for being in touch with his emotions and exploring complex themes. Evident in his most recent project, ‘searching for freedom,’ Alberts celebrates a new chapter of his life, exploring a more mature perspective on relationships, love, friendship, and his connection with the natural environment. 

Admitting to being overwhelmed by the hurdles of the current world, Ziggy Alberts turns to songwriting to find an escape and offers the same outlets for others. ‘I BELIEVE’ comes as a complimenting track to his ARIA Top 5 Album ‘searching for freedom.’ 

Alberts elaborates on the track: “I wrote I BELIEVE as a mantra to remain strong through hard times. I deeply needed a song to sing that would keep my eyes out to the horizon, beyond the storms we face. It’s a reminder to celebrate our differences and see that love really does bridge the gap between them”.

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