The “Honey, I’m Good” hitmaker, Andy Grammar, has decided to use his platform to raise awareness for homelessness. In his latest single "Fresh Eyes" filmed at Union Rescue Mission on Los Angeles’ Skid Row, Grammer showcases the social issue that many americans face.
The new video arrives just in time for National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week (November 12 – 20). In an interview with Idolator, Grammer says, “My beginnings as a musician are all wrapped up and connected with the homeless. I would be waiting to play on the street and strike up conversations and there were many lunches shared. In this country we are really good at making it ‘us and them,’ but if you sit with a homeless person for more then five minutes you see it’s just us.”
Check out the video below.