for KING & COUNTRY Share Performance of “Relate” Live from KettleHouse Amphitheater

Four-time Grammy Award winning duo, for KING & COUNTRY, released a beautiful, professionally filmed performance of their new single “Relate,” from their forthcoming release Album IV. The kicker… it was shot at Montana’s own KettleHouse Amphitheater when the duo performed to a sold out crowd on Sunday, Aug. 1st.

It was rainy with cloud coverage throughout the night, but that didn’t stop the band and fans from having an incredible evening on the Blackfoot River. A joyful audience, positive music and natural surroundings created a special evening that we’re thankful to have captured on camera.

for KING & COUNTRY’s Joel and Luke Smallbone shared a statement about the new song: “’Relate’ is really the ongoing search for compassion and empathy amidst our differences. For us, music has always been about the sense of finding community and connection through the universal language of song. We’re brought together in a beautiful way by that lyric or melody regardless of our backgrounds, differences or where we’re from… As the chorus conveys, ‘I don’t know what it’s like to be you, you don’t know what it’s like to be me, but what if we’re all the same in different kinds of ways, can you relate?’”

Logjam Presents would like to say thanks to everyone involved in the shooting of the performance. It’s not easy to film something like this and it took a lot of people to make it happen. Thanks to the film crew, production staff, fans and of course for KING & COUNTRY!