Anne Wilson releases new song “Seventh of June” out now, June 7th, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new track below.
GRAMMY-nominated singer-songwriter, Anne Wilson is a true artist. Her music always tells a story and touches the lives of its listeners. Today, Wilson is sharing one of the most poignant and personal songs she could ever share, called “Seventh of June” in honor of her late brother.
Wilson has been open about suffering from the loss of her dear brother six years ago. His tragic passing inspired this song, which shares the emotions behind grief, loss, and heartbreak. If you have ever experienced profound loss, this song is certainly for you.
Written by the songstress with Jeff Pardo and Matthew West, the song showcases the internal ballad between grieving and healing. To make the song even more meaningful, the video accompaniment was filmed on the Wilson family farm in Lexington, Kentucky.
“I go out walking // I ain’t much for talking // Just thinking and crying // And praying and trying // To make sense // Of what don’t make sense in this life // Like why you’re up there // And not here by my side // They say it’s gonna get easier // And I want to believe that’s true // It’s just harder on the seventh of June”
While Wilson may be known for creating Christian music, “Seventh of June” is a true country song that will make you cry and feel less alone. Hats off to Wilson to be able to create a song like this in honor of her brother.
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“Seventh of June” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.