Hope you are recovering well from any goings-on last night, maybe you got a chance to sleep in? I know I did, and I love it!
So this band I have been a fan of for several years. They partner with one of my favorite organizations Mocha Club. I volunteered through MC at one of their concerts a year or so ago and met the band, they were so great!
This song makes me cry every time I hear it is kind of sad it but it’s so beautiful! The love story is so heartbreakingly sweet, it’s amazing.
Did you have a great Friday night? I know I did! It’s so nice to get those few days “off” (I always end up having SO much to do on weekends).
Today I’m coming at you with a song from a band that my sister introduced me to (are you seeing a pattern here, my sisters and I share a lot of music, it’s great that we all have pretty much all the same taste)
This song is such a sweet song! It’s relaxed and romantic and all around a great song to start (or continue) your Saturday with!
My sister recently sent me an email suggesting a local band. The email featured a YouTube video for this same song.
My oldest sister was instally hooked, I took a little bit longer to catch on, but now I’m in love. I love that they are from Denver, I love supporting all things local. I finally got around to finding The Lumineers on Spotify and have been jamming to their hit Ho Hey for a little while now.
The song is still not an overwhelming listen-to-it-all-the-time-song, but it is a pick-me-up and just a lot of fun, and it’s always great to share interest in the same bands with my amazing sisters.
This song is called Ho Hey and it’s by the Lumineers based out of Denver. Love!
So, not going to lie, I kind of flip-flopped a bit about posting this video. I don’t want to be shy about what I believe but I also don’t want it to be the main content of the blog. However, after a long (and by long I mean 14 hours on my feet) day or work and having to ditch out on church, this was the first song I ran towards.
It was wonderful, God and I had my own little moment in my car, we always do with this song. I love that Jon Foreman sings the Lord’s Prayer at the end of the song, I think it’s so powerful. I hope you enjoy this as much as I do!
At first I couldn’t place the lyrics to a song, I could hear the melody in my head but I couldn’t figure out the band. I ended up Googling the lyrics and finding that the lyrics are from a song called “Drumming Song” by Florence and the Machine.
I thought I would share. Enjoy and have a wonderful Saturday!