Five-time GRAMMY®-nominated, eight-time Dove Award-winning Brandon Heath released his first full-length Centricity Music album, Enough Already, on April 22. This week, the acclaimed album sparked the No. 1 Billboard Christian AC radio hit, "See Me Through It," and features eight more tracks that find Heath addressing faith-shaping questions and collaborating with multiple producers and songwriters.
Co-written by Heath, Kyle Williams (We Are Messengers), GRAMMY Award-winner Ran Jackson, and Heather Morgan, "See Me Through It" encourages listeners that they are never alone in whatever life is throwing at them.
"Where could we hide from God? He sees us in the dark," Heath says of the song's message. "He pursues us; He sees us, and He stays with us. No matter how lost we feel or how difficult things get, He sees us where we are, and He's going to see us through it."
"I owe a huge thank you to Christian radio and to the radio dream team at Centricity Radio for the dedication to get this one out to the masses," adds Heath on Facebook. "My three-year-old told me yesterday in the car, 'Daddy, sometimes when I'm sad, music makes me feel better.' How true is that!?! So thankful that this music we make is helping people get through a tough time."
Teaming with producer Williams to record "See Me Through It," Heath also recorded select Enough Already songs with GRAMMY-nominated producers Jordan Sapp and Jeff Pardo plus Apollo LTD and Christian Hale, while Doug Weier, Nick Rad, and five-time GRAMMY-winner Dave Clauss mixed select tracks. He further co-wrote songs with Paul Duncan, Ross King, Jonathan Smith, Mallary Hope, Molly Reed Grayson, Hale, and Apollo LTD's Jordan Phillips and Adam Stark.
Blending a healthy mix of ready-made hits and deep cuts, the seeds of Heath's new songs on Enough Already were planted in his backyard, a place where he has spent a good portion of time thinking, praying, and mowing his steep plot of land that includes a small creek, a play set for his young daughters and a fire pit for the men's group that meets at his house. Essentially, his backyard is the place where his current album grew.
Ironically, when the pandemic shut down touring in 2020, Heath spent an unexpected amount of time in other people's backyards. He decided to play small, safe outdoor shows by invitation-only in select backyards across the country. These "Brandon in the Backyard" dates were so enjoyable that Heath is continuing the events, playing his new hits and fan favorites in backyards this summer.