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Charlie Millikin sings of ‘All These Things’

Soulful singer-songwriter Charlie Millikin recently released his newest single ‘All These Things‘, a light hearted and easy listening track with a deeper meaning that has the ability to speak to many.

Being born into a family of musicians, singers and songwriters, it was only natural that Charlie grew a strong passion for music and after being inspired by the likes of Ed Sheeran, Gavin DeGraw and Eminem, Charlie chose to put his focus on his songwriting talent.

Charlie’s newest release ‘All These Things’ features the soulful vocals of Charlie giving a warming feel to a song written about the perils of anxiety and depression. ‘All These Things’ is written about the feeling of waking up every day under the weight of a combination of these mental illnesses and continuing to live with it rather than working towards getting better because of becoming comfortable with the feeling in a paradoxical sense.

Charlie cites how, “This song, to me, paints the picture that no matter what you’re dealing with, it will pass and you’re going to be alright.”

The track is available via all major media providers now to stream and purchase and more information about Charlie and his future releases or live shows can be found on his social media pages and official website.

 

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About Joseph Timmons (6801 Articles)
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