Listen to James Arthur’s ‘Religion’ from Station 19, S6 E11 as the crew breaks into the barber shop to rescue the men

I am always happy when I hear British singer songwriter James Arthur’s music featured on a TV show.

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Like last night, when James Arthur’s ‘Religion‘ showed up on that hella crazy episode of the fire-station themed drama Station 19 last night (that deer on the car, man!) — Station 19, Season 6, Episode 11, “Could I Leave You?

The song was heard as Beckett is trapped in a burning barber shop, and the team make their way through the fire to save him and Mrs. Ortega’s husband.

James Arthur’s ‘Religion‘ was released as a bonus track on the Deluxe Edition of the singer’s fourth studio album It’ll All Make Sense in the End, which came out March, 2022.

It is an album that Arthur wrote during the UK’s ridiculously strict and seemingly never-ending Covid “lockdowns”.

During that time, he set up his own home studio with the intent of creating and releasing a guitar-driven album, which is what It’ll All Make Sense in the End turned out to be.

But a guitar-driven album with a difference, in that the guitars on many tracks were so heavy they almost take over the song.

Something his label wasn’t particularly thrilled with, but something I think works well. Especially as James Arthur’s husky voice is still the focus of each song.

The album, by the way, charted high up charts in 11 countries including in the UK where it peaked at #3 on the UK Albums chart.

Listen to James Arthur’s ‘Religion‘ from that album, and as heard on Station 19 this week, in the video and on the album itself. It is a lovely song.

Season 6 of Station 19 is airing on ABC.

 

Michelle Topham