Right Place Right Time

Album: Right Place, Right Time (2012)
Charted: 27

Songfacts®:

  • This is the title track of Olly Murs' third studio album. He told Glamour magazine: "I think the sentiment to this song sums up my career perfectly, I really do believe that in the last four years I've been in the right place at the right time for my career."
  • The song was released as the fourth single from Right Place Right Time. The digital download bundle also included remixes by Thomas Gandey and Steve Pitron & Max Sanna plus a live version of the track recorded at Olly's headline show at London's O2 Arena earlier in 2013.
  • The music video is made up of behind-the-scenes footage and memorable moments as Murs reflects over his successful career so far. The clip shows the Essex crooner auditioning for The X Factor back in 2009, his time on the show, playing at Soccer Aid, meeting fans, performing on tour, his other music videos, and messing about on the set of The Xtra Factor.

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