Faith's Song

Album: Keeping Faith (2018)
Charted: 74
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  • English singer-songwriter Amy Wadge is a childhood friend of Ed Sheeran and they have collaborated together since Sheeran's early EP, Songs I Wrote With Amy. Later, when Sheeran became a household name and Wadge was still an unknown artist, he co-write with her "Thinking Out Loud" as a favor to help his pal overcome some financial issues. Since then, Amy Wadge has contributed towards songs by such big-selling artists as Camila Cabello ("Consequences"), Kacey Musgraves ("Wonder Woman") and even more for Ed ("Galway Girl").
  • Amy Wadge recorded this as the theme song for the TV thriller Keeping Faith, which tells the story of Faith Howells, a woman dealing with the sudden disappearance of her husband. Filmed in Welsh for S4C and English for BBC Wales, the show earned the highest audiences for a non-network drama shown in Wales for over 25 years. Following its success, Keeping Faith was promoted to BBC One where it was shown during the summer of 2018.
  • This was one of six original songs that Amy Wadge composed for the Keeping Faith soundtrack. She sung the English versions, while the Welsh versions were recorded by Ela Hughes.
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