Husband/wife duo, The Gray Havens, is premiering a lyric video today on NewReleaseToday for their recent hit track, "High Enough," featuring Humble Beast artist, Propaganda. Produced by Ben Shive, "High Enough" reveals a new side of the duo as they experiment with hip-hop.
The Gray Havens' David Radford states "I have admired Propaganda's lyrics and artistry for a while now. He's incredibly talented, and I was absolutely thrilled when he agreed to the feature, but I would be lying if I said I wasn't a tad nervous about how everything would turn out. I remember when we got the recording back from Prop, though, jumping out of my chair, asking (forcing) Ben to listen (before me) through headphones while proceeding to pace nervously around the studio, shooting over anxious glances every ten seconds or so to gauge his reaction. First an enthusiastic nod. Then a thumbs up. Good signs both. Then my turn to listen...It was perfect!"
Known for their unique blend of narrative folk/pop, The Gray Havens continue to expand their reach into multiple genres with thought-provoking lyrical poetry. The duo has performed alongside such artists as The Oh Hellos, John Marc McMillan, Andrew Peterson, Drew Holcomb among others.