Brad Griffith | Earth & Vine

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Earth & Vine

by Brad Griffith

Smart, poetic lyrics set to clever acoustic arrangements.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Unbelievable
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2. Small Things Great Love
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3. You Keep Getting in the Way (feat. Billy Holbrook & Ivey Roper)
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4. The Shadows of My Heart
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5. Constant
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6. Nothing Is As Good As It Seems
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7. Farthest from the Sky
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8. Get It Right (This Time)
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9. Oh! the Love of God
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10. Wait for You
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Singer/songwriter Brad Griffith has released Earth & Vine, a new full-length studio record. Coproduced with Justin Belew (who has worked with the likes of Casting Crowns, Jesus Culture, and Garrett Lee), Earth & Vine represents Brad's strongest effort to date. In addition to the release of a new album, the 33-year-old Alabama native has launched Clement Arts, a non-profit organization partnering with artists, musicians, and writers to provide adoption support in their communities. Earth & Vine is the first Clement Arts project, and proceeds from the album will benefit an adoptive family. Visit www.clement-arts.org for more information.

Brad says of the album: "The idea for the title, Earth & Vine, first came from the songs themselves. The word vine in the title stems from wine as metaphorical vein coursing through the songs, symbolizing joy, a strengthening over time, and the blood of Jesus. The vine links wine and the earth from which it comes, much like Jesus is the Vine that connects God and man. The earth part of the title reflects the earthiness of the songs, including themes of friendship, heartache, sin, everyday kindnesses, and the need to love and be loved."

"The songs are rooted in the earth but have an upward reach, a longing for transcendence," says Brad. "As a human, I set out to write songs about life and about living. As a Christian, there's an understanding that none of this happens independently from Christ, who holds all things and works to reconcile all things. That definitely shows up in the songs. In the end, I hope listeners will relate to these songs as fellow earth-dwellers. But I hope they also experience something of an upward reach, and perhaps even a longing, toward the heavens. More than that, I hope we will catch glimpses of this Jesus, who reached down, exchanging the heavenly for the earthy, who got in our way and surprised us with his love, whose constant faithfulness is the fountain of all good things, who offers us the joy of his new wine, our only hope for redemption. "

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