Something Right

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"Something Right"
Single by Westlife
from the album Back Home
Released April 4, 2008
Format Digital download
Recorded 2007
Maratone Studios
(Stockholm, Sweden)
Genre Pop, R&B
Length 3:14
Label Sony BMG, RCA
Writer(s) Arnthor Birgisson, Rami Yacoub, Savan Kotecha
Producer(s) Arnthor Birgisson, Rami
Westlife singles chronology
"Us Against the World"
(2008)
"Something Right"
(2008)
"What About Now"
(2009)
Back Home track listing
"Us Against the World"
(2)
"Something Right"
(3)
"I'm Already There"
(4)

"Something Right" is a song by Irish boyband Westlife from their ninth studio album, Back Home. The song was released as the band's second single in Asia and Europe following their first single, "Home", as well as the album's overall third single.[1][2][3] The song was composed by Rami Yacoub, Savan Kotecha and Arnthor Birgisson. A music video was filmed in December 2007 in London and premiered on March 7, 2008.

Tours performed at[edit]

Back Home Tour (2008)

Background[edit]

The band's record label, Sony BMG, aimed to increase album promotions and sales through the release of this single, which happens to be a fan favourite.[4] The song was composed by Rami Yacoub, Savan Kotecha and Arnthor Birgisson, who also contributed the songs "Us Against the World", "The Easy Way", and "Pictures In My Head" to the Back Home album.

Track listing[edit]

Digital Single
  1. "Something Right" (Single Mix)
  2. "Get Away"
Digital E.P.
  1. "Something Right" (Single Mix)
  2. "Something Right" (Instrumental)
  3. "Hard To Say I'm Sorry"
  4. "Something Right" (Video)

Music video[edit]

The music video for "Something Right" began shoot on 17 December 2007, directed by Amber and Brown and was shot in London.[5] It premiered on March 7, 2008 on music channels. The video uses a brand new remix track of the song and was shot using green screen, featuring the band in a desert and subsequently in a futuristic night setting.

Chart performance[edit]

In Ireland, the song charted at #43 becoming their lowest charting single there to date. The single peaked at #1 on several radio stations in South Africa, China, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam, #2 in Indonesia, #4 in New Zealand, #5 in Germany, #16 in Switzerland, and #18 in Austria. It also entered the Irish, Australian and New Zealand iTunes Top Songs Chart. It also reached #8 in The Fridge in Ireland. The music video also reached the top 5 of the iTunes Top Music Videos chart in New Zealand and peaked at #20 on the MTV Asia Chart Attack show.

Chart (2008) Peak
position
Australian Singles Chart 92
Irish Singles Chart 43
Swedish Singles Chart[6] 46
Swedish Airplay Chart 18

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