Said The Sky and Olivver The Kid

Sep 8, 2020

Said The Sky and Olivver The Kid

Worth Living For

Said The Sky and Olivver The Kid

Episode Details

In this special episode, host Chad Moses is joined by artists Trevor Christensen (Said The Sky) and Bryan Sammis (Olivver The Kid) to premiere a brand new song in honor of the #WorthLivingFor campaign. Following the premiere, Trevor and Bryan stick around to talk about the ways in which music has brought purpose and heartfelt connection into their lives and how they’ve both realized that the small moments in life are the ones that often mean the most.

“I wanted to create the song that I wish I heard when I was younger. Almost anybody in the world would have said to me, you know, literally anybody, you could have been a teacher or a parent or a friend or a stranger, to just come up to me when I was feeling at my lowest and feeling like I had no options left and to just go like, ‘Hold on just a little longer. Your life is important. Just stay like just for a little bit longer. It gets better.’ And obviously, it gets better and it gets worse, it gets better, it gets worse as your life goes on, but it's all worth it. It's all worth living for.”

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This episode of the TWLOHA podcast was hosted by Chad Moses and produced by Lindsay Kolsch, with editorial support by Rebecca Ebert. Music assistance was provided by James Likeness and Ben Tichenor.


mental health, suicide prevention, worth living for, song premiere, music
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