After having just released his third full-length album The Learner last week, Griffin House has released a brand new song inspired by the recent events in Nashville and the Gulf of Mexico called "Head For The Hills."
A note from Griffin House on "Head For The Hills":
“I sat in my bedroom and wrote “Head For The Hills” while the rain pounded Nashville and caused the city to flood. When I saw the destruction in the aftermath and thought about the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, my mind wanted to make sense of all the natural and man made disaster that seems to be occurring at an unusual pace, and my heart wanted to sing relief into the hearts of the people who have suffered loss from these disasters. I headed to Louisiana to capture some images of the land and the people in the midst of their stories."
"Head For The Hills" is available for purchase on iTunes HERE, and The Learner is in-stores now on iTunes and Amazon.
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