Today’s exclusive song comes from a songwriter raised on an island in South Carolina, who blends roots and folk music
Not many songwriters record their first album aged just 16, but Trevor Hall is not just any artist. Having studied classical guitar and collaborated with musicians such as Ziggy Marley, Jimmy Cliff, Matisyahu, and Michael Franti, Hall is well versed in the business of writing music.
His exclusive track is Arrows and of the song he says:
“Some of the sages say that the spiritual journey is like ‘walking a razor’s edge,’ meaning that it can be extremely difficult. Arrows is about being on that journey, but knowing that I can never turn back no matter how difficult or painful the journey may be because the reward is greater than anything.”
He’s been likened to Bon Iver, Xavier Rudd, and Iron & Wine. Listen below and see what you think…