Stars Go Dim Returns With “Yes He Does”

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Curb | Word Entertainment’s Stars Go Dim returns with “Yes He Does,” the artist’s first taste of new music since 2019’s Better. The definitive “Yes He Does” is available today (8/27). Listen to the powerful new song HERE, and watch the accompanying music video below.

“Yes He Does” is the first in a line of fresh songs leading up to Stars Go Dim’s third studio LP, Grace In The Wilderness, whose track listing will gradually unfold one release at a time over the course of the next year. Chris Cleveland—who records under the moniker of Stars Go Dim—penned the poignant selection with heavy hitters Jeff Sojka, Jordan Feliz and Ethan Hulse.

“This song reminds me that no matter what is going on around me, God’s love isn’t through with me yet. He’s not done pursuing me. He restores my hope with every breath and my faith with every sunrise,” Cleveland says of the message behind the track. “I think it’s the exact reminder that I need in my life every day to know that God isn’t just far away and distant, but is personal and here with me in everything I do. It can be easy to lose sight of that, especially in the chaos of life. So when I wonder if God is a God who is active in our lives or if He even cares about me, His faithfulness always lets me know, ‘Yes He Does.’”

Cleveland, who co-hosts “10000 MINUTES: THE EXPERIMENT” podcast alongside Tim Timmons and Emmoe Doniz, celebrated the release of “Yes He Does” with fans last night on Instagram and Facebook Live.

This fall, Stars Go Dim will play shows with Timmons, Dan Bremnes and JJ Weeks.

Stream or purchase “Yes He Does” HERE. For tour dates and more information, visit www.StarsGoDim.com.

 

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