Riley Clemmons on Friday released a live video for “For The Good.” The video was filmed in San Diego while on the road with Tauren Wells this past fall and marks the first tour she performed the song live. The video encapsulates Riley’s ability to own the stage and is a taste of what’s to come when she joins Jeremy Camp on tour this spring.
“’For The Good’ was born from a season of walking alongside my family as we navigated hurt and loss as a unit,” shares Riley.
“During that time, my family and I found ourselves clinging to and reminding ourselves of the verse Romans 8:28. We were able to watch as God redeemed so much of that pain and brought us closer together in empathy and love. ‘For The Good’ is a reflection of how I’ve experienced God’s promise over the past couple of years.”
“One of my favorite parts of creating and releasing music is re-imagining a song with a variety of versions,” Riley continues. ““For The Good” sonically exists in such a naturally acoustic leaning way, so I was stoked to collaborate with my producer on an acoustic version. It’s also such a special live moment, so I really wanted to release a version that brought that energy into people’s homes and cars.”
The track appears on album, “Godsend,” available everywhere now.