David Archuleta recently produced a new song, “Faith in Me.” The song’s music was very peppy and helped Archuleta have a great time dancing on the streets and at home.
The song was inspired by the classic movie of the 80s, “Risky Business.” It was directed by Kevin McHale and Justin Thorne. Archuleta said in one of his interviews, “It was so fun to let loose on this song.”
He added, “I feel it was a new kind of therapy for me to dance the way I do in my room and at home into a video for everyone to see. It was symbolic.”
“Faith in Me” was Archuleta’s first song after he underwent vocal cord surgery. The song’s central theme was to let go of your worries and go on a new adventure.
While speaking to the interviewer, the directors stated, “It was so much fun to be able to make a little homage to the 80s’ movies that we loved growing up.”
However, the idea depended on Archuleta’s willingness and ability to dance and jump in public spaces. Thankfully, he had nailed it. As a result, the song was liberating, carefree, and blissful.
The song’s lyrics were easy to understand and communicate well with the listeners. In addition, the music showcased Archuleta’s new level of confidence and freedom. It was great to see him enjoying himself.