Larry Fleet Finds Inspiration with ‘Where I Find God’

The country crooner feels a closeness to a higher power in his new single.

Written by Drew Pearce
Larry Fleet Finds Inspiration with ‘Where I Find God’
Larry Fleet; Photo credit: Matthew Paskert

Big Loud Records artist Larry Fleet shared an uplifting message for fans and country music lovers with new single “Where I Find God.” Co-written by the country crooner with Connie Harrington, the introspective and positive track finds Fleet feelings a closeness to God in various places, whether in a bar, on a boat, in church or even on a long drive.

“This was the first song Connie Harrington and I ever wrote together,” the blue-collar musician shared. “We shared the same faith in the Good Lord and felt that we – and the whole world – needed this song. I have played this song out on the road, and it seems to hit people just the way it hit Connie and I.”

Fleet also premiered the music video for “Where I Find God,” which was filmed on Lake Martin in Eclectic, Alabama, and follows the Tennessee native as he experiences the serenity of being near the water. Also featured in the video are the singer’s wife, Phebe, and seven-month-old son Waylon.

“I find God every time I look at my beautiful wife Phebe and little boy, when I’m in the woods hunting or even just driving down the road,” Fleet said. “This is my interpretation of ‘blue collar gospel,’ and it’s true to me. I hope this song helps people as much as it has helped me.”

The single follows Fleet’s critically acclaimed debut album, Workin’ Hard, which released in November.