Mental health and spiritual growth should be at the forefront of all musicians do and represent. Luckily for the world, melodic bass producer and long-time CE favorite Said The Sky is one of those artists. In honor of World Suicide Prevention Day, the Denver-based producer has teamed up with Olivver The Kid, Levi The Poet, and To Write Love On Her Arms (TWLOHA) to bless fans with not only another emotional banger but a story that inspires us to keep moving forward through these strange and unprecedented times. Equipped with the beautiful words from a poetic legend, Levi The Poet, and the melodic dreamscapes of Said The Sky, “Worth Living For” evokes memories of all that is to be grateful for and is sure to inspire us even in our darkest moments.
Featuring home videos sent in by a number of fans, Said The Sky shares some more insight in the inspirations for the track via Instagram with this sneak peek:
Just hold on a little longer. Your life is important. Just stay for a little bit longer and, like, it gets better. Of course, obviously, it gets better and it gets worse and it gets better again and it gets worse as your life goes on, but it’s all worth living for.”– Said The Sky, TWLOHA Podcast Ep. 311
With the multitude of strange experiences that the world has been collectively been going through since the start of 2020, art like this should never go unnoticed or under-appreciated. This song will heal just as much as it will inspire. Go ahead and peep the latest single below, out now via Hopeless Records. Make sure to grab some napkins just in case… it’s a doozy.