Gabby Barrett is giving fans a look into her life and career in the just-released video for her inspirational anthem, “Footprints on the Moon.”
The video acts as a timeline of Barrett’s life, from her humble beginnings in Pittsburgh to her American Idol journey to the launch of her soon-to-be massive career in country music. The inspirational clip closes with “to be continued,” signifying that the best is yet to come for the powerhouse vocalist.
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Released on Friday (June 12), “Footprints on the Moon” is an inspiring anthem that begs listeners to question their limitations to ultimately benefit their hopes and dreams. Barrett co-wrote the tune alongside Zach Kale and Jon Nite, who happen to be the same collaborators on her massive hit, “I Hope.”
“I wanted to have a song on the album that was an encouraging song, just something that I would’ve liked to have heard when I was in High School or whatever the case was. It’s just an encouraging song for people to go for their dreams and really reach for the sky because the sky’s the limit. Especially if there’s footprints on the moon, literally, if somebody could walk on the moon which we never thought that would happen, you are able to work hard and achieve some great things here on Earth,” Barrett explained about the song to Music Mayhem in a recent interview. “So that is just an encouraging song that I wish [that] I had in high school when I was going through harder times, just really grinding it out and nobody really believed in me so I just hope it’s an encouraging song that people will gravitate towards.”
“Footprints on the Moon” is featured on Barrett’s much-anticipated new album, Goldmine, which drops on Friday (June 19).