Behind the Songs With Stellar Kart…
Adam Agee shares the inspiration behind “Something Holy,” the forthcoming radio single from Stellar Kart’s newest project, Everything Is Different Now, in stores now:
“In this life, the need to belong drives us to cling to relationships with friends and family. When we give our lives to God, we then belong to a greater family with a greater Father than we could have ever known otherwise. This song is a reminder to keep the faith even when times are tough. Believing in God does not mean your life is going to be a fairy tale. There are going to be highs and lows, trials and triumphs. As we make our way through this life, it is important to be reminded that we are a part of something holy.” Adam Agee

Click the above image for a video description of “Something Holy.”

Access an audio stream of the song at www.stellarkart.com.

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