First Listen: Half Mile Home delivers a song of perspective

(August 28, 2020) Within simplicity there can be room for complexity. The Ohio-based Gospel vocal trio Half Mile Home utilizes their always-intricate sound for a clear message, and that continues on their newest single. 

"Lord I Need You" is a Worship song that is led by group members Daryl Brownlee and Terrence Burton. It is a cry out to God that emphasizes the importance of having Him in your life over material items.  Production by Todd Burton and Khyrie Tyler is effective throughout the track as it builds into a song that is so powerful and prevalent for a time such as this. By the end of the song, it flows into the classic hymn "I Need Thee" with a cliffhanger finish leaving the listener wanting more.

For many, this pandemic has been a time to determine what things in life are important. In the case of Half Mile Home, the message of "Lord I Need You," is one of helping to set priorities of life in proper order. Check it out below.

(August 28, 2020) Within simplicity there can be room for complexity. The Ohio-based Gospel vocal trio Half Mile Home utilizes their always-intricate sound for a clear message, and that continues on their newest single. 

"Lord I Need You" is a Worship song that is led by group members Daryl Brownlee and Terrence Burton. It is a cry out to God that emphasizes the importance of having Him in your life over material items.  Production by Todd Burton and Khyrie Tyler is effective throughout the track as it builds into a song that is so powerful and prevalent for a time such as this. By the end of the song, it flows into the classic hymn "I Need Thee" with a cliffhanger finish leaving the listener wanting more.

For many, this pandemic has been a time to determine what things in life are important. In the case of Half Mile Home, the message of "Lord I Need You," is one of helping to set priorities of life in proper order. Check it out below.

Half Mile Home – “Lord I Need You”

 
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