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Listen to David Archuleta’s new relationship song “Seasons” #SeasonsMusicVideo

Powerhouses David Archuleta and Madilyn Paige of “The Voice” team up on “Seasons.”
Powerhouses David Archuleta and Madilyn Paige of “The Voice” team up to explore the delicate intricacies of relationships with the release of a new video from Archuleta’s 2017 release “Postcards in the Sky,”“Seasons” is a “relationship song,” Archuleta told Variety.
In this exclusive article in Variety, Archuleta shares the following:

“It was one of the first songs written for this project, and I felt like the woman in the relationship is the hopeful one while the guy is really negative,” says Archuleta. “It seems like a lot of times it’s harder for guys to stay committed to something whereas women usually are the ones who keep pulling through to the end.”

“Seasons” was co-written by Stephanie Mabey (Meet the Mormons fans, do you remember “Glorious?” She wrote it.) and Dustin Christensen.

Archuleta discussed the message behind the song:

“When the seasons change in our lives it’s harder to stay motivated to say you know we had a beautiful time in our life. We had a beautiful spring and summer, but now the fall is coming, and I don’t want to go to your winter again,” he says. “But the woman is able to endure longer, and Madilyne’s voice is saying you know what? Winter is coming, and it’s hard, but spring comes after that, and if we stick through it we will be able to see the blooming of our lives again, and I know if we hang in there it’s going to be ok.”

Madilyn expressed her thoughts on David and this collaboration.

“I have so much respect for him and look up to him a lot. I’ve looked up to him since ‘Idol’ because he did that a few years before I did ‘The Voice.’ So he’s definitely been an example to me. He was the talk of the town, for sure, and to do a collaboration and feel like we’re supporting each other…it’s nice.”

What is next for David in 2018?

“I don’t know where I’m going next,” he laughs. “Ever since ‘American Idol,’ I have no idea where I’m going to go, but, I’ve enjoyed it. I’m always up for an adventure.”

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