Reviews & Spotlights
Tausha Hanna: As I Ever Was
Wow! Big props to 26-year-old Canadian artist Tausha Hanna for making the battle against anxiety and depression sound so good on her latest single "As I Ever Was" recently released in recognition of World Mental Health Day.
"I think depression is something people can be uncomfortable to speak about and they have difficulty talking about their deep feelings," Tausha says. "I think songs can create a conversation. During a crisis, music can be one of the only things that reaches you."
Hanna had plenty of help to guide her on the superbly produced track that gets her explicit message across with no shame or apologies - only bright and uplifting powerful power pop coming to the forefront.
Tausha recruited Billy Bob Thornton in the song that confides her own personal struggle with anxiety and depression because those are issues he also shares. Thornton generously opened up his Pepper Tree Hill Studio so he and his Boxmasters bandmate J.D. Andrew could produce, engineer, and play on the song. Check out "As I Ever Was" today now out on Future Youth Records - a nonprofit record label that helps youth use the power of music to advocate for change and make a positive social impact.
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Review by Rockin' Rich Lynch |