Graduates from Furman, NEEDTOBREATHE, Release New Music Video To Benefit Those Affected By Recent Hurricanes
NEEDTOBREATHE, a Christian rock band from Seneca, recently released a brand new music video for their song “Walking on Water.”
This video is directed by Gus Black, who also directed their music video for “Difference Maker.” Atlanta Records and the band themselves have announced that 100% of the proceeds for “Walking On Water” will go to the Dream Center to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. In addition to the music video, this includes streams on Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, and so on. Any official outlet to listen to the song will help out with this great cause.
In addition to this, the band has been helping overseas through their NEEDTOBREATHE CARES initiate in conjunction with One World Health. The initiate’s slogan is “music is our vehicle for change.” NEEDTOBREATHE and One World Health have worked to build one healthcare center in Tola, Nicaragua and they are hard at work building a second one in Jinotega, Nicaragua.
“We continue to be humbled by our fans and the way they have come along side of us to open the first ever NEEDTOBREATHE medical center in Tola. We love what we do and this healthcare center is a direct reflection of why we do what we do.”
BEAR RINEHART, lead singer of NEEDTOBREATHE
This band that grew up right in our backyard continues being the hands and feet of Christ and showing that private citizens can make a difference through Godly charity. You can keep track of the band’s progress on the new healthcare center or learn more about their philanthropy through NEEDTOBREATHE CARES, One World Health, or the Dream Center. Check out “Walking On Water” and more of their music!