County singer/songwriter releases video impressed by Flint water disaster —


Angela Predhomme

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Angela Predhomme of Hamburg Township is releasing her newest music video, “Time for a Change,” on Oct. 11, 2019. The video is impressed by the continuing Flint Water Disaster, and is anchored by haunting photos associated to what’s nonetheless happening in Flint, to at the present time.

Predhomme initially wrote the tune “Time For a Change” in regards to the Flint Water Disaster, so to make this challenge the main focus of the video was a pure selection. A photojournalist pal of hers who lives in Flint donated his highly effective photos, that are the crux of the video. Angela produced the video herself, together with a crew. They drove as much as Flint and shot extra footage to reinforce the video.

“Though prompted by Flint, the tune ‘Time for a Change’ is extra common; it’s a name for empathy and compassion for all folks,” Predhomme stated.  “It’s a response to political insurance policies that negatively have an effect on sure teams of individuals. It’s an attraction to acceptance and kindness towards everybody.”

The observe “Time for a Change” has lots of angle and vitality, and it adjustments moods at totally different factors to emphasise the message. It’s based mostly round a cool guitar half and contains a killer band and layered backing vocals.

You’ve most certainly already heard Predhomme’s soulful, laid-back music and never even realize it. Her songs have been heard all around the world by music licensing for tv. Her music has been positioned in TV reveals, advertisements, and movies on numerous networks, together with Lifetime’s “Dance Mothers,” Hallmark’s “Christmas on Honeysuckle Lane,” advertisements for Fiat and ING Financial institution, NBC’s “The Voice,” Freeform’s “Switched at Beginning,” and far more. Predhomme achieved these successes by importing her works into music libraries, the place producers can seek for songs and purchase the rights to make use of them.

Nearly all of Predhomme’s songs are uplifting and hopeful, and that’s fully by design.

“Most of my music is constructive. That’s not as a result of I’m joyful on a regular basis; it’s as a result of my complaining about this or that gained’t contribute positively to anybody else’s day,” she stated. “If I could make somebody really feel a bit bit higher, even for only for a couple of minutes, then I’ve executed my job. I wish to remind anybody listening that there’s gentle on the finish of the tunnel, that they’re worthy of affection and respect, and that there’s good on this world.”

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