Austin, TX, (August 7, 2020)
A new song featuring the vocal stylings of rising Christian music artist Kate Stanford is a clarion call to make a change in challenging times.
Stanford’s new single “Change,” now available on all music platforms, is part of the artist’s powerful call to action through song as she spotlights nonprofit organizations transforming lives around the world through her personal platform.
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The first organization Stanford is highlighting is ChildFund International, a Christian charity that works to protect, support, and care for children around the world by creating the safe environments they need to thrive.
The seed of the song “Change” was a thematic idea set deeply in her mind and on her heart. Many of the lyrics of her songs come straight from interactions that she has had with people around her.
“The title of Change came to me when I was getting my haircut at a local Austin salonMy Stylist was sharing with me some of her struggles as a Christian woman. I told her that I wanted to make a change through my music and fight some of these injustices. She responded, ‘you will be that “Figure of Change” for those in need.’” —Kate Stanford
Through a random haircut, Stanford said she learned that loving your neighbor starts with one person.
“Change is all about the internal strength needed to go against the grain and to fight for positivity in this world,” she said.
To help bring her vision to life, Stanford turned to Nashville singer/songwriter Cindy Morgan to help her write and produce the song. Morgan is a two-time GRAMMY® nominee, 13-time Dove winner, and a recipient of the prestigious Songwriter of the Year trophy. She has 21 number one radio hits to her credit.
“Writing with Kate was so refreshing,” Morgan said. “She really cares about the culture and what people are going through. She wanted to write about things that truly matter, which is always a sign of a true artist. Her voice is beautiful and unique and reveals her heart and her desire to connect and lift others up.”