No Fear sing about how it is ‘Hard To Live Without You Lord‘ on this incredibly inspiring new soulfully-aware single that calls for change in America. The suffering of people of color in society must end now as peace and love always needs to prevail.
Three-piece Virginia-based Christian/Gospel RnB group No Fear, join hands and vocals to spread a peaceful influence of hope to all the folks out there that need guidance in this time of need. These fine role models sing so beautifully together and add a really important message when there is so much confusion out there on the streets right now.
They perform with a real genuine heartfelt energy that sees them sparkle like a bright star up above. These ladies are a true beacon of hope in a world that is so full of divisiveness and hate- that has been building up for many a year.
This fine single is released off Studio628 Music, who are an independent music production service and studio, run by music producer Jaymes Hodges.
”A video about the injustice and violence that’s occurring in our society. As people struggle to challenge the system, the powers in charge resist the cry of the people. Only divine intervention will change the hearts of those in control of our justice system.”- Studio628 Music
With stunning vocals that only sends peaceful energy love-bows to bring peace to our hearts, these three ladies sing with such tender care in their voices and the video is so well-made with protests, graffiti painted buildings and vivid visuals- that make you realize that change is possible if we want it enough.
‘Hard To Live Without You Lord‘ from the wonderfully pure voices of No Fear, is a terrific music video and song that is made with the only intention to spread the message of what is really going on in the USA and to ask for help from above.
In life, we are defined by what we do when the going gets tough. This is one of those moments where talented musicians have spoken up. Change must happen and if we all join our hands together and work as a team while glorious music like this is being sung from the heart, we can achieve anything and do what is right for future generations.
Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen