Josh Groban has released another new track from his forthcoming album. It’s called “Granted,” and the lyric video features some special guests: students at Josh’s alma mater, Los Angeles County High School for the Arts.
In the video, a variety of young people are shown displaying their skills in dance, photography, singing and art. The school is one of many that has benefited from Josh’s Find Your Light Foundation, which funds children’s arts education programs around the country, especially in low-income areas.
The song itself sends a message to anyone who’s ever had second thoughts about doing what they really want to do in life. “If you have a dream, go chase it/if you feel hope, don’t waste it/if you find love, embrace it/and never take a single breath for granted,” sings Josh.
Josh co-hosts the Tony Awards Sunday night on CBS with Sara Bareilles. His Bridges tour, with special guest Idina Menzel, kicks off in Duluth, Georgia on October 18. No word yet on the title or release date for the new album.
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Source: Mix News