Vermont’s own Grace Potter is partnering up with NASA’s Johnson Space Center for a song called Look What We’ve Become, which will be highlighting the role that women have played at the agency.
Potter will be releasing a music video on September 19th.
NASA Johnson Space Center and recording star Grace Potter have collaborated on a new space-themed music video to be released Monday, September 19. The video, which was shot at Johnson, features Potter performing her song, “Look What We’ve Become” and highlights NASA women engineers, scientists and astronauts in their workplace.
According to Potter, the song has an empowerment theme with a message that you can do anything you set your mind to, no matter who tells you otherwise.
“So much of this song is about when you are coming up through any part of your life and you face challenges, there are so many different ways that that can affect you and change the course of your life,” Potter said. “I think that it creates a strength within you if you do make the choice to push onward and say, ‘I know that this might be more difficult than another path. That’s why I want to do it.”
This looks like a really incredible thing, and we can’t wait until Monday to watch. Here’s the full release.