The Nashville native debuted in 2006, amassing fans with his introspective vulnerability. But recently, “Give Me Your Eyes” has taken on a whole new meaning. Originally written as a plea for God to give him eyes to see those around him, now, Heath is asking for eyes to see himself the way the Father sees him. His shift in perspective comes after a season of personal wrestling after which he asked: Do I want to continue being an artist?
Newly signed to both Centricity Music and Centricity Publishing, Heath is opening a fresh chapter. Not only is he partnering with a new label, but he’s collaborating with different songwriters and new producers. While almost everything in this season is different, one thing hasn’t changed, and that’s Heath’s uncanny ability to get underneath your skin with a lyric.