Hugh – Directions

Hugh – Directions

We’ve got a soft spot for the touching, straight to the heart tunes of London’s Hugh.
Their latest, Directions, is about losing faith; losing faith and falling out of love with religious beliefs.

In the course of six months of finding the right words for this song, writer Josh’s searched for answers within his religion and religious book while being confronted with the spur of hate towards people’s sexual preference on online media.

The result is Directions, a heartfelt masterpiece of an honest emotional re-discovery with a powerful message.

“Do you believe in love? In all kinds of love, or just the ones you understand?”

Hugh – Directions is available now.

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Timothy FSM 621 posts

Converted to dEUS-ism in 2001. Keen on screaming Friday Friday Friday once a week on Twitter. Might convince you not to talk about U2.

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