He Still Does (Miracles)

Songfacts®:

  • This is the title track of Hawk Nelson's eighth studio album, Miracles. Said Hawk Nelson's frontman Jonathan Steingard: "I feel like the very existence of our band after 15 years is a miracle in itself. . . and within that miracle thousands of other miracles... stories of God moving in amazing ways big and small. Thinking on these things reminds me of how beautiful and special is the life we've been given as children of God - that he isn't some far-off creator who is hands-off, but an active, loving father who is present and working in our daily lives."
  • Bassist and founding Hawk Nelson member Dan Biro told NewReleaseToday the story of this track:

    "This song was birthed in Sweden with writers/producers Johan and Oliver. The song continued to grow with the help of Jason Ingram, but to seal the deal, Micah Kuiper - our guitarist - finished it with production. You could say this song actually was a Miracle!"

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