Inspired By His Son, Brian Huber Reaches Out With Love To People With Autism.
Brian worked on his music career as a husband and parent when he released “Sparks in the Afterglow,” the second solo on a two-part album he released in December of last year. Brian is from Springfield, Illinois, and he is the father of a 6-year-old autistic child. Brian vows to contribute a portion of the song’s sales to Autism Research to help them because the song ‘Become My Heart’ was inspired by his son, who also has Autism. The artist offered his son love via this song by allowing him to shoot the photo used as the song’s cover image, which demonstrates Brian’s compassion for children. He makes it a point to promote his music on social media, particularly Tiktok, Facebook ads, and YouTube.
Brian has stated that he enjoyed his own song while creating and arranging the horns, synth layers, and bass on his soon-to-be-released tune. From the way Brian has titled this song, it is clear that ‘Become My Heart’ will be a song that does not just preach about loving those with autism, but that we must take to heart the struggles of others and provide love to those who need it around us and far away.
Brian Huber is working on his second studio album “Sparks in the Afterglow,” which incorporates both the rock and electropop genres, as he prepares for the release of his debut single “Become My Heart” on January 14th, 2022. ‘Become My Heart’ is an indie song that appears on the album. Let us wait for Brian’s new song, which will be released on January 14th, 2022.