Trevor Hall, “Up There”

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The latest from the Colorado-based songwriter.

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Mike Mehalick | November 15, 2017

Photo Credit: Emory Hall

Music is, on many levels, a deeply spiritual endeavor and experience. For songwriter Trevor Hall his art and pursuit of enlightenment have become inextricably linked over the years with his sound taking on the life affirming and meditative qualities of Eastern Mysticism.

Hall is currently in the midst of releasing a new album, The Fruitful Darkness, albeit in an unconventional and exciting way by unveiling it in three song installments on specific lunar dates. Impose Magazine is happy to host the exclusive premiere of single “Up There,” off of the second three-song cycle, today.

On “Up There,” Hall entrances with a natural atmosphere and his delicate, world-weary vocals as he rides and sets up different tension lines never letting anything bubble over from its core. If you’re in need of some centering, “Up There” is tailor-made to help guide you.

“I wrote this song about an experience my wife and I had in India after meeting a saint. The song describes my lucid memories of that day and the feelings that I had afterwards.”

Stream Trevor Hall’s “Up There” below and look for The Fruitful Darkness Pt. II out November 17th here.

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