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In Her New Song – Everyday Abby Robertson Expresses Her Gratitude To God

Abby Robertson Turns To God In Reflective New Song “Everyday”

In Her New Song – Everyday Abby Robertson Expresses Her Gratitude To God. Abby Robertson, a Nashville-based singer/songwriter, has released a new song called “Everyday,” which is now available for download on all digital platforms.


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“An stirring tribute to spiritual commitment, the track mixes pop sensibility with a message of steadfast faith,” writes Parade Magazine(4/22) of the melodic hymn, which features Robertson’s stunning vocals. The song, written by Brandon Chase, Tyrus Morgan, and Robertson, emphasizes the importance of raising your heart to God on a regular basis, not only in times of need.


Robertson tells Parade Magazine, “Brandon [Chase] came into the room with this idea, and it was just so refreshing to hear.” “We have a tendency to turn to God only when things are difficult, and we only seek help when we are in need. When things are going well, we sometimes forget to ask Him for assistance.

In Her New Song - Everyday Abby Robertson Expresses Her Gratitude To God
In Her New Song – Everyday Abby Robertson Expresses Her Gratitude To God


This album follows “Sanctuary,” her most intimate track to date, written during a difficult period in her father’s life when he was diagnosed with a serious illness. Robertson turned inward and sought peace the only way she knew how–through God’s influence.


Tyrus Morgan (Unspoken, We Are Messengers), Dave Lubben (Halsey, Carly Rae Jepson, Corey Harper, TobyMac), Kevin MaC, and Andrea Robertson collaborated on the chilling, uplifting track, which was released via her latest Big Future Music Group contract. In a live performance video taken at the famous Ocean Way Nashville Studio, the young songstress showcases her beautiful vocals here.


Robertson has a lot to be proud of, despite the fact that she is still young in her career: she has opened for The Beach Boys and Switchfoot, and she has played at international music festivals in Israel, Malta, and Ethiopia. Before she turned21, she had already released pop songs and even dabbled in country music.


If you ask Abby what her greatest professional experience has really been, she won’t tell you about the concerts, big-name openers, or the incredible amount of Spotify downloads. The moments Abby has been able to be her true self in her music and on stage are what she is most proud of. “Not thinking about what other people think about me and being raw and real,” she explains.


Robertson is ecstatic to be the first artist to sign with Big Future, and she hopes to continue releasing songs that are true to her genuine self while also providing inspiration and healing to those who listen.

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