New song, (Go to Hell) 2020, is coming from Josh (hot husband 🙂 ) This is his first solo release since 2012 (not including his Mountain Heart releases, of course). I am so incredibly proud of him. He put his heart and soul into this song, and I love that this chorus is all about hope. Things will get better. Here’s a little preview of the chorus. Have a listen, share with a friend who may need to hear it, it’s coming October 9th (UPDATE BELOW – (Go to Hell) 2020 released).
A Quote From Josh About The Song
“(Go to Hell) 2020” wrote itself one morning back in the early part of summer while waiting to collaborate on a Skype songwriting session. I’ve written hundreds of songs over the last decade, many of which were for other artists, and I thought this was going to be another one. I sang a demo of it and had every intention of finding the song a home with some other singer. I then started to realize just how personal it was to me and my family. I realized it was my song to sing. In spite of what the title suggests, I’ve had some amazing downtime with family this year that I would’ve never gotten without a total shutdown. I’m very thankful for that, but the fact remains that this time has been so painful for so many. For everyone. I’ve sung this song on stage, and I’ve seen the crowds go from a rumble to silent. Sometimes people tear up and sometimes they shout out. The chorus gives a hopeful message that I think we need to focus on right now and that is, it is going to get better. It has to. The song is where I am; it’s where I think we all are right now. No tricks, no big production, this was a live studio performance, 3 chords and the truth … the truth for everyone, I believe.Josh Shilling on (Go to Hell) 2020
Oh and yours truly designed the cover art for (Go to Hell) 2020! This is my second album cover (ever) and I am NOT an expert at all, but I love how it turned out. Josh likes simple, subtle, and symmetry 🙂 and I think we accomplished that.
UPDATE: This song is out. Here’s a YouTube Preview
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As always I leave you with a couple GIFs because, well, they’re one of my favorite ways to communicate. 😉
Be sure to leave a comment or shoot me an email with your thoughts on this song… 2020 can for sure go to hell!