Branon Murphy Releases Sophomore Full-Length Album ‘Life Is Hard. God Is Good’

Los Angeles, CA (March 1st, 2024)
North Carolina artist Branan Murphy releases his sophomore full-length and debut album on Paravel Records and DREAM Records. The 14-song album features his hits “Father”, “Look At What Grace Can Do” and the self-titled and next radio single “Life Is Hard. God Is Good.” Murphy has been releasing several songs leading up to the album’s release and Life is Hard. God is Good. has already been streamed over 3 million times.

The album in-part was produced by award winning producers, Kyle Williams, Coby James, David Spender and Jordan Sapp and was written by several award winning songwriters David Spencer, Paul Duncan, Jordan Sapp in addition to Coby James, Ashley Levoy, Anthony Raglin, Tyrus Morgan, and Kyle Williams.

“This album has been such a long time coming, and I’m so thankful to share it with the world. It’s really the story of my own journey through some really hard things the past few years – pain, disappointment, loss, confusion, sin. I’ve been telling people this album was the easiest to write, but the hardest to live. The beautiful thing about it all is the experience of the goodness of God in the middle of all the hard, the priceless experience of knowing him in new, specific ways that I truly would not have had otherwise. Suffering with Jesus produces a peculiar, incomparable joy. For that reason, as crazy as it sounds, I can say that I wouldn’t change a thing. I hope people can see their own stories in this record and be able to say the same.” – Branan Murphy

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