Michael The Lion x Amy Douglas “Find A Way”

November 18, 2019

Michael The Lion x Amy Douglas “Find A Way”

Our friend Michael The Lion is back with a new release on Soul Clap Records. Find A Way is a groovy inspirational disco slab that is perfect for getting the work week jump started and keeping the dance floor bubbling on a weekend night.

Play it loud!  

 

After the success of Funk Train and Get It On, we wanted to push further and deeper and make an EP. As we started working, we knew there was one song that could be a successor to Get It On - a song about overcoming hard times in our own personal lives. We wanted a chorus and a message that would burrow into your subconscious and become a kind of mantra - Find A Way. Our incredibly talented friend, the vocalist Steven Klavier, was the perfect collaborator for this, and we three wrote something to stand the test of time. When struggles find you, and times are hard... reach down deep, look to the light, and “Find A Way.”  

 

-Michael The Lion and Amy Douglas, October, 2019






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