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It’s gonna be okay! Piano Guys’ latest is upbeat, uplifting, and biblical

Piano Guys - published on 10/11/16

The original song takes a cue from the Psalms

Famous for their piano and cello renditions of popular songs and classical pieces, the Piano Guys recently released something of their own, an original piece written together with pop artist Andy Grammer.

The upbeat and uplifting piece is already a hit and proves the group can do more than just covers (which, by the way, are amazing).

According to the group, the song has some Biblical inspiration, drawing from Psalm 126:5, “Those who sow in tears shall reap in joy.”

The band shared what they hoped to get across with the song: “No matter what you’ve been through, no matter if you think you’re falling apart, it’s gonna be okay. Maybe not today. Maybe not tomorrow. But we believe that someday, somehow, all things will be made right…In the meantime, there are so many more things to hope for and to work at while we yearn for the outcome we want so badly – more gratitude for what we have, more love for those we’ve taken for granted, more faith in ourselves and those we hold dear, and more confidence in a Divine purpose.”

“It’s Gonna be OKAY” is part of the Piano Guys’ forthcoming album Uncharted, which will be released on October 28th and is now available for pre-order (with an autographed and personalized copy) on their website.

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Libby Reichert

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