Major excitement - Lecrae has released the first song from his upcoming album Anomaly!
Brooke Duff released her official music video to "What Can I Say" last Sunday. Its pretty chill and looks like it has been shot on a beach somewhere in Auckland. Reminds me quite a bit of summer, which is awesome!
Check it out here.
Anberlin's final album Lowborn hastopped Jesus Freak Hideout's list of most anticpated albums for the rest of 2014. The list, which you can see here, also includes House of Heroes new EP, Family Force 5's Time Stands Still, and releases from Kevin Max & Sanctus Real.
The only band on the list that was new to me was Fever Fever - check them out if you're a fan of Mike Mains, Mutemath, Future of Forestry etc...
Gungor will release two new albums as subsidiaries to the critically acclaimed I Am Mountain on July 8th, with both featuring eight new bonus tracks.
The first of these two is the I Am Mountain Deluxe Album, which contains all of the original I Am Mountain release as well as the eight bonus tracks.
However, in the event that you have already bought the non-deluxe version of the album, I Am Mountain Bonus Material will also be available as a stand-alone purchase.
The bonus tracks are a mixture of live cuts, b-sides and remixes from a band that has been described as "one of music's most imaginative outfits" in their iTunes editorial.
Check out the Let It Go (Prince Fox Remix), which is available exclusively here on Spotify.
Owl City released a brand new EP named Ultraviolet last Friday, which is now available for download from the iTunes Store.
Adam Young, the mastermind behind Owl City, wrote on his website at the start of the year that he was planning on releasing a succession of EPs this year, rather than a full-length album.
Ultraviolet is the first of two or three Owl City releases this year, with Young saying he has already begun work on the second.
In the build up to the Ultraviolet EP release, Owl City debuted the video for Beautiful Times featuring Lindsey Stirling, which is the opening track - and you can check it out below!
Dan has been catching up with The Digital Age frontman Mark Waldrop this week from the Life studio. Check out the interview below!
The Digital Age is a four-piece band from Waco, Texas, formed out of what was previously the David Crowder Band. In 2012 they went to the top of the iTunes Christian charts with their EP Rehearsals. They released their only full-length album to date, Evening:Morning, in August last year.
Jayraj Unka from the Underground Show has been adding his two cents to the debate raging around former As I Lay Dying frontman Tim Lambesis, following recent comments Tim made relating to his faith and criminal charges.
In an article written for Parachute Music entitled 'Circle Pits and Hypocrites', Jayraj urges people - particularly former fans - to suppress their judgement of a man who is in such obvious need of help.
Jayraj writes: "Yes, he has done something wrong. He will do his time for this. He needs to deal with the consequences of his actions. But let's leave it at that. Let's not judge him anymore. Don't throw away his CDs or burn your T-Shirts. That's not going to help anyone. We should be praying for him. Praying that some amazing people gather around him and help him through this tough time."
The Tim Lambesis saga will be discussed further on The Forum at 9pm this Sunday night.
Read the rest of Jayraj's article here.
Christian rap sensation Lecrae revealed the album cover for upcoming album 'Anomaly' this week, which is set to be released in August this year.
The album has been receiving a lot of buzz recently, with NBA superstars Jeremy Lin and Stephen Curry both posting photos followed by the hashtag #anomaly on Twitter.
Check out the tweets below, as well as the instagram video that accompanied the album cover release.