‘Seventh Of June’ Anne Wilson Official Music Video

‘Seventh Of June’ Anne Wilson Official Music Video

Grammy-nominated Christian music artist Anne Wilson is back with a moving and heartfelt song, singing the deeply personal track about loss, “Seventh of June.”

Music is an excellent way to express thoughts, feelings and emotions that can often be hard to articulate. Musicians have been singing about issues and topics that impact their lives and those of their listeners for years. Whether it’s a breakup, the loss of a dear friend or family member or some other tragedy, music can be very therapeutic. 

In the official music video for “Seventh of June,” Anne Wilson opens up and sings about a loss that greatly impacted her life, that of her brother Jacob. The video begins with an old home movie playing on a television in what appears to be an abandoned house. Seconds later, Anne frantically wakes up. She has been experiencing a nightmare.

As the music begins playing, Anne drives along a country road as the sun rises over the horizon. As Anne belts out the heart-wrenching lyrics, viewers watch as she arrives at the Wilson Farm. She then walks up a hill and eventually comes to her brother’s gravestone. 

The lyrics to the moving song make it perfectly clear that Anne, as anyone would be by the loss of a sibling, was deeply impacted by her brother’s passing. Like anyone dealing with sadness and grief, Anne has questions, which sadly, likely won’t be answered this side of heaven.

“Why’d you have to go
Why’d I have to stay
When’s it gonna get easier
To make it through the day”

Following the release of her new song, Anne posted a video on TikTok in which she talked about the meaning behind the song. 

“I wanted to release a song that spoke to what I have walked through the last six years now of life without my brother,” Anne said. 

She also mentioned what she hopes is accomplished with her touching tune.

“I wrote it for my brother and also for my family, but also wanted to invite you guys into it as well,” she said. “It’s a song that I hope brings you a lot of joy and comfort, as I’ve heard it already has for some of you all. And I pray that it continues to.”

Psalm 23:4 “Yes, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for you are with me; your rod and your staff they comfort me.”

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