Notwithstanding last week’s rush on Washington’s Capital building, Hubbard co-wrote the song in November while quarantined with COVID, living on his tour bus, parked in his driveway, for 12 days.
When asked by CBS This Morning about his reasons for writing the song, Hubbard replied, “I think just checking in with my heart and where I was at and the climate of our culture right now and our country. I don’t know, to be honest. It just felt like a message that I wanted to say and that felt like it needed to be heard, not only by the fans but even by myself, I think. I think it was something that was a reminder to me.”
McGraw added that “the song speaks to more of the social contract that we have with each other. It’s not about politics. It’s about how we’re supposed to treat each other.”
Listen to the message of coming together via “Undivided.”