Gungor premiered another song, this time over at American Songwriter, for “Wayward & Torn.” As Michael Gungor explains:

Human beings evolved to live and thrive within tribes and groups, yet there are some of us that don’t always have the easiest time finding a tribe that would have us. This short little song doesn’t entirely fit the rest of the record musically. But the slight musical incongruities of the song actually become a manifestation of the song’s lyrical intention within the arc of the record. Our music has never really been able to find a format or genre to belong to. But on the way, we’ve met plenty of interesting, if heretical, people who also enjoy wandering the edges of the camps. ‘All who are worn, wayward and torn, you’re welcome here.’

via American Songwriter

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