Christian Singer songwriter and worship leader Jamie Pritchard, from Poole, has released a new single, ‘Shadowlands’, the fourth and final single before the six track EP ‘Tapestry’ is released on the 12th of May.
Following on from singles ‘Alabaster Jar', ‘Tapestry’ (featuring Nathan Jess), and ‘My Jesus’ Jamie Pritchard has released the 4th single of the project ‘Tapestry’, called ‘Shadowlands’.
‘Shadowlands is a song I love to sing, because it really feels like a heart cry, for God to break into the lives of the most vulnerable in our world. And it’s a song filled with passion, telling the stories of so many that feel lost with nowhere to turn to, and a declaration of hope over those people.’ - Jamie Pritchard
Jamie wrote Shadowlands as both a story, and a prayer. A story depicting scenes that we have probably all seen of people who feel lost or without hope, with the chorus and bridge being a prayer and a declaration over those people of the hope Jesus can bring.
‘Shadowlands was the first song of Jamies I listened to when he sent me a bunch of provisional demos for this project. It immediately jumped out as this sophisticated concoction of influences that I loved - pulling together sounds of Bruce Springsteen, The War On Drugs and even the harmonic tones of Fleetwood Mac. It’s just a great, robust rock song calling the light of Jesus to permeate our lives that so many will enjoy.’ - Nathan Jess, producer