Grammy-winning artist Jason Mraz today released “Wise Woman,” the second song to be revealed from Look For The Good, his album set for release June 19th.
“’Wise Woman’ is a song about Mother Earth and the love and nourishment that comes from Women,” said Mraz. “It focuses on an herb garden, a small example of Mother Earth’s ability to provide sustenance and healing. A ‘Wise Woman’ is also a title given to an elder who has spent years working with plants and teaches others her wise ways, opening our eyes to the gifts of the natural world for a brighter and healthier future.”
Mraz performed the song this morning on “Live With Kelly and Ryan” remotely from his Oceanside, CA home and farm.
“Wise Woman” follows “Look For The Good,” the title track and first song to be released from the upcoming album. After hearing “Look For The Good,” the First Lady of New York City, Chirlane McCray, chose the song to appear in a PSA for New York City’s “Food For Heroes” campaign, which raises money to provide hot meals for frontline medical workers in the city’s fight against COVID-19. To donate, visit www.nyc.gov/fund/donate.
Mraz recently performed “Look For The Good” on “Today with Hoda and Jenna” – the performance is available here. During an interview with NPR’s “Here and Now,” Mraz revealed further details of the album Look For The Good, including a sneak peek at songs yet to be released. The full interview is available here.
Look For The Good captures Mraz’s career-long love for reggae music. Film and TV star Tiffany Haddish and Jamaican reggae icon Sister Carol make guest appearances on the album, which begins and ends with the same phrase: “look for the good.” A full tracklist is available below, and the album is now available for preorder here.