Award-winning Bluegrass artist Becky Buller continues to spread a message of positivity with her brand new live video for the timely track, “Speakin’ To That Mountain,” premiering exclusively for readers of Music Mayhem.
Filmed at the South Jackson Civic Center in Tullahoma, Tennessee, this enchanting clip shows Buller effortlessly energizing a suspected audience, as she performs the spiritually-driven tune alongside her talented band of musicians – guitar player, Dan Boner, bassist, Daniel Hardin, mandolin player, Nate Lee, and banjo player Ned Luberecki. After singing a few beginning lines, Buller pulls away from the microphone to show off her master skills on violin while tapping her toe to an off-beat that’s captivating enough to put a smile on anyone’s face.
“I’m speakin’ to that mountain / And, brother, I believe / God above can move it / But He might want to move me,” Buller sings throughout the uplifting chorus of the joyful song while backed by an array of stringed instruments.
Written by Becky and Jeff Hyde (Eric Church), “Speakin’ To That Mountain,” follows the recent release of Buller’s 13-track record, Distance and Time, which currently sits at the No. 1 spot on The Root’s Music Report’s Top 50 Bluegrass Album’s chart.
Buller opened up about the infectious song, telling Music Mayhem that her overall goal for releasing it is to encourage others who are currently trying to overcome something that’s standing in their way.
“I’m sending this song out to anyone who is facing a mountain in your life right now and pray it’s an encouragement for you,” Buller tells Music Mayhem of the moving track. “Keep fighting, keep praying, keep believing! Either God is going to move that mountain or He’s going to move you. Either way, it’s going to be good because He works all things together for the good of those who believe in Him.”
Click on the video above to see Becky Buller’s live performance of “Speakin’ To That Mountain.”