Brandon Heath, a five-time GRAMMY® nominee and eight-time Dove Award winner, releases “See Me Through It” today (Jan. 14), his first single of 2022 and the third song released from his upcoming Centricity Music album debut, which will be released in April. “See Me Through It,” which is available now on digital and streaming platforms worldwide, follows Heath’s fall release, “Another Song About Love,” and last summer’s radio hit, “Human Nature.”

“See Me Through It,” co-written by Heath, Kyle Williams (We Are Messengers), GRAMMY Award-winner Ran Jackson, and Heather Morgan, has already been added to rotation on the K-LOVE Radio Network and is inspiring listeners

that they are never alone in whatever life is throwing at them.

“We all walk through difficult seasons in our lives. That’s definitely nothing new, but one thing that is particularly unique about right now is that we all seem to have a very similar challenge,” says Heath. “And for some of us, it feels like rock bottom. But, we can know what Rock we’re standing on, and He’s not going anywhere. So, stand tall fam. No matter how lost we feel or how difficult things get, He sees us where we are, and He’s going to see us through it.”

I know you’re gonna see me through it

If anybody can you can do it

God I know in the trial and the pain

Fire and the rain

You’re gonna see me through it

(“See Me Through It” chorus.)

The seeds of Heath’s new songs, like many of his most recent songwriting ideas, were planted in his backyard, a place where he’s spent a good portion of the last year thinking, praying, and mowing his steep plot of land that includes a small creek, a play set for his young daughters, and a fire pit for the men’s group that meets at his house. In essence, his backyard is where his next album, due in 2022, has grown.

Ironically, when the pandemic ended touring in 2020, Heath found himself spending an unusual amount of time in other people’s backyards. He decided to play small, safe outdoor shows in select backyards across the country by invitation only. Heath is planning to play an additional 30 backyards this spring and summer as a result of the success of his “Brandon in the Backyard” dates. Heath leads these events with his guitar while traveling with his family in an RV; most of the time, he’s completely unplugged.

“It’s this new connection with my core fanbase that’s made me really excited about playing and how I play,” Heath says.

Heath, who signed with Centricity Music and Centricity Publishing last year, is not only collaborating with a new label, but also with songwriters and producers he has never worked with before. Heath brings his uncanny ability to both craft and then deliver songs to audiences all over the world, whether collaborating with new colleagues or joining longtime friends on stage, as he recently did with CMA award-winner Deana Carter as she headlined the famed Ryman Auditorium for the first time.