Singer/songwriter Josh Wilson’s has a unique way of candidly opening up to listeners with all of his music. His latest, "Pushing Back The Dark," off his latest album Carry Me, talks about his struggle with performance anxiety and panic.
"Last year, as I was working on this album, that darkness became tangible as I began to struggle with anxiety and panic attacks. At one point, I thought I might have to quit music altogether. But God promises to never leave or forsake us, and He kept that promise. As he carried me through the rest of the record."
After releasing a successful self-titled album in 2010 showcasing his single "Before The Morning," Josh released an album in February of 2011 entitled See You, featuring the song "I Refuse," which was inspired by the aftermath of the storms that flooded the city of Nashville, Tennessee in the spring of 2010. "I realized after a while that I was using my own prayers as a defense against having to do anything myself," reflected Josh. "I can't do everything, but I refuse to do nothing.