Bethel’s Amanda Lindsey Cook reveals why she went silent, what she learned during difficult season
By The Christian Post
Bethel Music's Amanda Lindsey Cook, who recently released a new album, House on a Hill, said it’s important that people learn to disconnect and embrace the winter seasons of life.
The musical piece was first announced after Cook re-emerged to fans on social media after a long hiatus. House on a Hill was birthed in the silent season. Recorded in the span of two months while in a secluded house in the wooded hills of Nashville, Cook teamed up with a few close friends such as Grammy-winning producers Jason Ingram and Paul Mabury (Lauren Daigle, Cory Asbury), and long-time collaborator Steffany Gretzinger.
Below is an edited transcript of an interview between Cook and The Christian Post where the singer opens up about her winter season and why it was important for her to learn how to embrace the hard times and get away to find her strength.
Source:The Christian Post