Conrad Ashton’s ‘Celebrate Life’ is everyone’s feel-good track!

2 min readSep 25, 2020
Conrad Ashton — Celebrate Life
Taking the music industry one step at a time — Conrad Ashton

Aspiring artist Conrad Ashton comes with yet another gem of a track with his newest addition ‘Celebrate Life’. Every time you hear this track, it is only going to make you feel better. This track is a definite addition in your daily playlist.

There could not have been a better time for us to hear this song. As the entire world recovers slowly from the global pandemic of Covid19, this track has brought in more meaning to life.

In our busy schedules, we forget to be grateful for the little things that we cherish. Instead, we run a race to achieve so-called luxuries that we will never have.

‘Celebrate Life’ is here to change this!

Conrad’s track originates from his roots going back to where he started. Growing up idolizing Pete Townshend, Conrad was a music protégé from a very young age.

Composing and writing his music at the age of 11, he developed a unique style for himself. For him, music was his getaway to escape the 9 to 5 routine.

The modern rock melody is catchy and tuneful. It resonates well to the feel-good vibe that he tries to bring through the composition.

‘Celebrate life’ takes us on a rollercoaster of emotions right from the beginning. To bring out the feeling of happiness, Conrad takes us on a journey building from excitement to a sense of accomplishment.

Conrad, as a songwriter has succeeded to bring out heartwarming lyrics to go with the lively melody.

Although the lyrics seem simple on the outside, the songwriter tries to portray a bigger picture from the simple set of words.

Conrad draws energy from his lyrics to bring out the optimism in his track. The lyrics have made the track appealing to any audience at any given time.

‘Celebrate life’ is a track for a day where you feel down. This song can pick you up and liven your spirit instantly. Sometimes that is just what we need to pull through the remainder of the day.

Conrad’s track has ‘Celebrate Life’ in repetition and in excess proportion. He has done that on purpose to make sure that the phrase sticks to our mind and that we keep repeating this in our head even after we stop listening.

The exaggerated level of positivity in this track itself is more than enough reason for you to have this on your daily playlist!