Hiss Golden Messenger seek 'shelter in the storm' on their new song 'Sanctuary,' which the North Carolina band released Wednesday.
M.C. Taylor and company share first single from North Carolina band’s upcoming new album, the follow-up to 2019’s Terms of Surrender
seek “shelter in the storm” on their new song “Sanctuary,” which the North Carolina band released Wednesday.“Feeling bad, feeling blue/Can’t get out of my own mind,” frontman M.C. Taylor sings on the track. “But I know how to sing about it.”“This song is, as far as I can tell right now, about grace — something we could all do with a little more of. Much love to you out there,” frontman MC Taylor tweeted of the band’s first new song in over a year.
Taylor added in a statement: “Over the past year, I’ve been thinking a lot about how we care for ourselves and each other, and how hard it is to live truthfully in a world that is so tangled. ‘We sell the world to buy fire, our way lighted by burning men,’ says the poet Wendell Berry. The song ‘Sanctuary’ is one small piece of my own personal reckoning with what it feels like to search for some kind of shelter in the storm. Fare thee well, John Prine, a.k.a. Handsome Johnny, a speaker of truth if ever there was one.”Read more: Rolling Stone »
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