Kevin Garrett Premieres New Music Video for “Faith You Might”
- Back in 2016, New York-based singer-songwriter Kevin Garrett worked with Beyoncé for her sixth solo album "Lemonade" and nominated for Album of the Year at Grammy Awards in 2017.
Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter will his long-awaited debut album “Hoax” on March 22, 2019.
From the album, a new song “Faith You Might” was released on February 1st as the second single, following "In Case I Don't Feel".
“‘Faith You Might’ is about longing for something to last, but being aware you’re getting older and might not be on the same page with the object of your affection, no matter how much you want to be,” he revealed in a press statement. “Conceptually, it’s how we react to a breakup or losing something. Every track has pieces of me which can be assembled to give you a clear perspective on who I am.”
The music video for the song was directed by Blythe Thomas.
- “Listeners will relate to Hoax in their own way,” he explained about the debut album. “The overarching message is the necessity of growth and self-analysis of both your personality and temperament. In dealing with my journey on the road and through the music business, the one thing I’ve learned about myself is that everything is reactionary. We benefit from a certain awareness of our reactions, though. Sure, it’s totally fine to be impulsive. The point of this album is to show that you need to be thoughtful of yourself and how you actually communicate, though. If you can be mindful of your own sadness, you can get out of it.”
- source : FLOOD Magazine