In December, news of a new Natasha Bedingfield song called “Hope” got us excited for the new year. We’re only barely into January and we already have a preview of her new song. Go over to the official philosophy website to hear the first minute of “Hope.”
“Hope” is a song about women’s mental health and wellness, and is a collaboration with philosophy, a beauty brand committed to supporting community-based mental health organizations. It is part of their new program, the hope & grace initiative. As they say on their website, “Hope” is “dedicated to those who could use a little hope in their lives.”
Natasha described what “Hope” means to her:
My song “Hope” is about how powerful hope is. Share your hope with those in your life when they just need a little. We all need to be reminded sometimes of how even the darkest nights become bright mornings. Let’s be there for each other to bring renewed hope when its needed. Don’t underestimate the empowerment hope can bring.
Philosophy also shared some behind-the-scenes videos about the new song and Natasha’s collaboration with them. In this first video, Natasha talks about her favorite part of “Hope” (hint: you can hear it in the preview now!) –
Natasha also explained what inspired her to write “Hope” –
Natasha Bedingfield wrote and recorded “Hope” for philosophy’s initiative, and we will be able to hear in full on January 6th. The song will be available on iTunes the following week on January 13th, with 20% of proceeds benefiting the hope & grace initiative. On January 20th, a lifestream of her first performance of “Hope” will be available, so don’t miss it! Keep checking back here for more of the latest Natasha Bedingfield music news.
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