Gavin DeGraw Collaborates with Christian Band NEEDTOBREATHE on Song 'Brother' [LISTEN HERE]

Jeannie LawJan 29, 2015 04:21 PM EST

NEEDTOBREATHE partnered with popular singer Gavin Degraw for an unforgettable collaboration of their successful single "Brother."

NEEDTOBREATHE took to social media with the announcement, "So happy to officially announce that our friend Gavin DeGraw is featured on our new single 'Brother'."

"Brother" is the latest single off NEEDTOBREATHE's 2014 album, Rivers in the Wasteland. DeGraw does not appear on the album version of the song, but it will be released separately. Entertainment Weekly is streaming the song exclusively through the weekend. Frontman Bear Rhinehart's raw vocals, and the bluegrass backing truly make the song a powerful anthem.

The South Carolina rock band earned their first Grammy nomination (for the song "Multiplied") and their album debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart. NEEDTOBREATHE was also asked to perform their single "Brother" at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade 2014.

The new version of "Brother feat. DeGraw will be available on iTunes and other digital retailers Feb. 2 with a bonus track of "Brother (Acoustic)."

The band will also be hitting the road for a massive outing dubbed 'Tour De Compadres.' They will be joined by their friends Ben Rector, Switchfoot, Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors & Colony House.

Listen to “Brother” feat. DeGraw below:


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