Despite having a solid foundation for his religion, Christian artist Branan Murphy still falls victim to anxiety and discouragement. As he reveals in his collaboration with Davies, "Still," understanding God's truths gives him the strength to keep moving forward.
"'Cause You're a right now, God/ But sometimes You're not/ I will worship you either way," Murphy assures in the track's intro. "You're still/ Still moving here and now/ Silencing every doubt/ You're still holding on to me/ So maybe I should just be still."
In this performance for Positive Vibes Only, Murphy teams up with his fellow worship musician to deliver their testimony. The pair pace through the venue before finally coming together, still in the presence of God and their shared faith alongside a group of background vocalists.
Murphy and Davies released "Still" on May 26 via Paravel Records and DREAM Records. Later this year, Murphy will drop his next album, Life Is Hard. God Is Good.
The Christian singer has released a number of tracks from the forthcoming LP, including its title track. On Oct. 13, he dropped the latest release, "God of My Tomorrow."
Press play on the video above to hear Branan Murphy's encouraging performance of "Still" featuring Davies, and check back to GRAMMY.com every Monday for more new episodes of Positive Vibes Only.
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