Sunday Butterflies composes and produces their own worship music as well as offering services such as voice-overs, podcast editing, audio mixing, engineering and mastering so that, churches and other organisations can fulfill their own goals in a simple stress free manner. We aim at removing the stress for churches, and other organisations through the provision high quality comprehensive digital media services. We can help take your project to the next level.
29th January 2021
“Hiding Place” was written by Faye in June 2020 after a tough start to the year. Whilst everyone had their battles with COVID, Faye began the year with some personal struggles that arose mid-January and sought to completely derail her. Faye said "This song was written while reflecting on the journey that I had been through the past 6 months and how, rather than ruin me, my battle was won through walking closely with God. The Psalm I was reading at the time of writing this song was Psalm 62: 5-8:
“Let all that I am wait quietly before God, for my hope is in him.
He alone is my rock and my salvation, my fortress where I will not be shaken.
My victory and honour come from God alone. He is my refuge, a rock where no enemy can reach me.
O my people, trust in him at all times. Pour out your heart to him, for God is our refuge.”
The words in Psalm 62, along with reflecting on the goodness of God during my own personal battles, saw the song “Hiding Place” come to being. The words were written with some rough chord and melody concepts, which is how I usually write music. Once I have a rough starting point, David and I start the process of compiling the song. This process is fascinating, and each song takes a different journey. I love watching the song grow and develop and start to take on an identity of its own. It changes again when you start to record all the instruments. We always start with a concept in our head but this changes as creativity flows and we begin the process of combining all the instruments into one complete piece.
This song was written while reflecting on the personal struggle that I had been through during the first 6 months of 2020 and how, rather than ruin me, my battle was won through walking closely with God."