The main idea in this new song “If I ever”, is that we need each other. In these unprecedented days in modern history, we find ways to connect despite the challenges. We still hope for things, we still dream, we still want, we still work, we still try, and we still have love to give and gratitude to show, no matter the difficulties we face.
Thanks to Kate Devore for bringing us the images in the video from the Rehab and Nursing staff at the NYU Langone Hospital in New York. So many staff provided videos and I am grateful to each and every one of you.
Thanks to Jenna at @yobropro for making the video. It is so special, and so real and unflinching and it was done with so much heart, like everything else you do.
Thanks to Chris Ruggiero for producing the track from quarantine, from a demo we made, and spinning it into this final product in a couple of days. It feels ike anything is possible when I listen to the song now… for better or for worse… and I think that’s where a lot of people are right now. Thanks for bringing us onto those edges with your sound.
And thanks to a very special little person named Daisy. I don’t know you, I’ve never met you, but you showed me how I feel right now, and you’re only 8 years old. Thank you for your beautiful choreography.
It feels like the time to share this one. We are with you, you are not alone, and hang in there, there will be miles to go, but we will go together.