American country talent Brennin Hunt debuts emotive new track The Valley – a gentle plea to humanity to do a little better. In a statement the singer cites a torrent of hate and division as the inspiration behind the track:
“I wrote The Valley in February of 2019 following the mass shootings that occurred in Thousand Oaks, CA and Aurora, Illinois. I became weary of my Facebook feed that was full of hateful words regarding Trump, guns, God, BLM, the media and all other fires that fuel the divide in America. From fear of being too controversial, I shelved the song. After the insurrection that happened at the U.S. Capitol on Jan 6, 2021, I felt like now is the time to release The Valley. I don’t intend to be preachy and I’m guilty of engaging in heated debates on social media in the past, but I know we can all be better as human beings.”
“A history of brutality, shackled hands of minorities, we’re drowning in sin, when will it end?” Brennin sings on the political new track against impressive multi-instrumentation. This is undoubtedly one of the singer-songwriter’s most impressive moments.
Stream the track above.