Thursday, October 29, 2020

New Music Releases

New music for this week:

Pop singer/songwriter Riley Clemmons released a new uplifting single “Healing” last week. Among the darkness and pain that this year has brought to so many, “Healing” is a reminder that we can overcome the hardships and there is a light at the end of the tunnel. You can feel Riley’s authentic emotions throughout the music video as she portrays the perfect combination of beauty and strength. The extravagant landscapes and heartfelt emotions will absolutely pull on your heartstrings.

"It’s no secret that this year has been full of hurt and loss for so many people, and I think more so than anything we’re all in need of some healing. I hope this song reminds you that there is a way to find strength through the pain, that what was broken can stand again, and that after the hurting comes the healing," says Clemmons.


And of course, more new Christmas music...

Unspoken releases Good News this week, which is a new three track EP. Good News is available now for streaming and downloading. The official audio for the title track can be heard below.

Artist/songwriter Hannah Kerr released a new song featuring Cochren & Co titled, "Here To Stay."

Kerr states, "During this crazy year, I’ve felt so inspired to write songs about hope and our God who never changes. Even with 2020 being so difficult for many of us, we can look at the Christmas story and remember that God is with us. His love is never out of season; it’s always available to us."

GRAMMY Award-winning singer-songwriter and recording artist Francesca Battistelli presents her sophomore Christmas project, This Christmas. The brand-new 14-track collection, comprised of both originals and Christmas classics is available now.

“I am so thrilled to get to share these songs with all of you! Making this Christmas album has been an absolute labor of love. We started the process a year-and-a-half ago, and I don’t think I have ever enjoyed an album process so much. Through all of the uncertainty this year, it has been a true bright spot to write and record these songs,” Battistelli shares. “I know that for many people, the Christmas season can be very difficult. My prayer is that these songs offer hope, glorify Jesus, bring joy (and maybe even some laughter!), and truly bless you, now and in the years to come.”

This Christmas also features the chart-topping single, “Messiah,” as well as four other originals co-written by Battistelli, including “Behold Him.”

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