The vocals are stunning and the lyrics are as intimate as it gets. Bob Dylan once told a young Bono of U2, “Don’t be afraid not to rhyme,” when it comes to songwriting. There are lines in this song that are extraordinary and poetic that don’t rhyme. That takes courage as a songwriter.
Jill Andrews and Peter Groenwald comprise this folk singer/songwriter duo. Hush Kids began when two successful Nashville artists with impressive solo careers were put together by their publishers to write songs for other people. From their earliest sessions, these two were able to write the most deeply personal music of their careers. Peter is a composer, producer, and musician. He's toured extensively and shared the stage with artists such as The Civil Wars, Andrew Belle, and John Mayer. Jill, is a founding member of the alt/country favorite The Everybodyfields and has performed alongside The Avett Brothers, Willie Nelson, and Drew Holcomb & the Neighbors and secured television placements that include Greys Anatomy, American Idol, and Nashville. Source: hushkidsmusic.com