Lauren Flauding Finds Redemption With New Single ‘Brother, Won’t You Take This Burden?’

Basement musician Lauren Flauding released her latest single, “Brother, Won’t You Take This Burden?” featuring Yahosh Bonner, on April 9. Known for her folk and musical theatre influences, Flauding ventures into gospel territory with this release, marking a shift in her musical direction.

In this track, the artist delves into themes of redemption and seeking solace in faith, reflecting on the struggles of dealing with past mistakes. Backed by a gospel choir, the song gradually builds in intensity, echoing the emotional journey of seeking forgiveness and peace.

Flauding shares her inspiration behind the song, stating, “I wanted to capture the raw emotion of wrestling with regrets and finding comfort in the grace of Jesus Christ.” This sentiment is palpable throughout the track, resonating with listeners on a profound level.

Originally penned for an interfaith gospel choir in Tucson, Arizona, “Brother, Won’t You Take This Burden?” transformed under the guidance of Daniel Blomberg of Blomberg Studios. The collaboration resulted in an arrangement that elevated the song’s emotional impact.

Yahosh Bonner’s vocals lead the charge, supported by a talented choir including Conlon Bonner, Daniel Blomberg, Kathryn Blomberg, Brindi Cuadra, Jen Marco, and Kimberly Teitter. Jake Workman’s guitar work and Dave Zimmerman’s drums further enhance the song’s depth and texture.

Reflecting on the creative process, Flauding expresses gratitude for the opportunity to work with Blomberg and the talented team behind the scenes. The synergy between the artists shines through in the final product.

Accompanying the release is a visually captivating music video, providing a visual interpretation of the song’s themes. The track offers a message of hope and redemption to listeners worldwide!

Listen to “Brother, Won’t You Take This Burden?” below!


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