Among the new albums out this week, is the acoustic Reprise EP from hardcore act Wolves At The Gate.
I know hardcore screamo stuff isn't everyone's cup of tea (that's why we reserve it for the Underground show on Sunday nights) - but this EP serves to show the lyrical depth of the music, and I love it!
I first mentioned these guys a month ago, and still love them more and more. Comprised of two pairs of siblings — the Cryar sisters and Jones brothers, The Vespers have a few albums out - the latest Brothers & Sisters came out in February and is still on repeat in my car.
Citizens & Saints have released a music video for the track "You Have Searched Me". If you head over to The Gospel Coalition, where the video premiered, you can download the song & chord chart for free and read an article based on the track from vocalist Zach Bolen.
In other news the band started a "Song Stories" series on their blog where they go deeper into the songs.
The Deluxe Edition of Join The Triumph is out now on iTunes.
We're pretty stoked that All Sons & Daughters will be coming to NZ for the very first time next year!
From the Festival One website: "The name might not necessarily ring a bell with everyone but their soul-baring songs are sung in churches throughout the world. Songs like "Oh How I Need You" and "Great Are You Lord", while clocking up millions of views online, are connecting broken people inside and outside of the church with a living God."
The first ever full-length album, Where The Light Is, from award-winning singer/songwriter Dan Bremnes releases June 9 with Capitol CMG, the LP is the follow up to his spring 2015 debut EP of the same name.
Where The Light Is features 11 tracks, including new songs "In His Hands," "Faith Is," and "Wide Open." The LP also incudes his current radio single "Where The Light Is" and his 2014 hit "Beautiful".
Building 429, has reached another major career milestone with one-million single sales. The band's current project, We Won't Be Shaken, generated their most recent chart-topping single with the title track, which was nominated for a Billboard 2014 Music Award for Top Christian Song. "Where I Belong," from the album Listen to the Sound, remained No. 1 on Billboard's Christian Audience chart for 15 consecutive weeks.