Behind the Songs With Stellar Kart…
Adam Agee shares the inspiration behind “Everything Is Different Now,” the title track from Stellar Kart’s forthcoming March 9, 2010 release:

“As the title track of the new album, the subject of this song is one that we can all relate to—change. The past year has been difficult for a lot of people, us included. With the economy failing, we’ve seen people lose their jobs, families lose their homes, and a general fear of uncertainty has caused our country to reevaluate the way we operate. We have experienced change, both good and bad, and have learned to trust God’s timing in all aspects of our lives and careers. This song took on a whole new life at a youth camp we played this past summer. We played the song on the same night that the speaker was talking about earthly fathers and our heavenly father. So many people there had difficult childhoods growing up with abusive fathers or no father figure at all. It was so amazing to see the change in those kids that week knowing that our song played a small part in helping them experience a better life.”Adam Agee

Click the above image for a video description of “Everything Is Different Now.”

Download the song for free this week only at http://freeccm.com/2010/02/26/everything-is-different-now/

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