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Unspoken to Release Self-Titled Full Album April 1

Posted March 3, 2014 by in News

Nashville, TN (March 5, 2014) — Centricity Music has developed a unique marketing plan in support of Unspoken’s first full album for the label. The self-titled project will release April 1, 2014 and comes on the heels of two Top 5 radio hits, “Who You Are,” and “Lift My Life Up,” along with two successful 5-song EPs. Unspoken features six new songs that were written or co-written by the band members, along with six previously recorded songs and a radio mix version of the new tune, “Tomorrow.”Unspoken marks the first time that any music from the band will be available at retail, as the previous EPs were only available for purchase online. The bold and innovative two year marketing plan has created a successful name brand with the public and industry before introducing the first full album by the group.
“The journey Unspoken took to get to this release is unprecedented,” says Steve Ford, Vice President of Marketing, Centricity Music. “They have spent the last two years building fans through touring and radio airplay, along with online and face-to-face connections. The band has developed into a key new artist at radio by scoring two Top 5 singles, and has developed numerous fans while touring over the last two years. Unspoken has an amazing work ethic that has paid off with an incredible pop record. I can’t wait for their fans to hear it.”
Unspoken was produced by award-winning producer, Seth Mosley (Newsboys, Francesca Bastistelli), with the exception of “Who You Are” which was produced by Jason Walker (Audio Adrenaline). Unspoken shows the continued growth of the band with stellar new songs that include; “Good Fight,” “Call It Grace,” “Real Thing,” “My Recovery,” and “Start A Fire,” which will be the first single from the new album and will go for adds at radio April 11th.  Besides featuring the two Top 5 singles, Unspokenspotlights popular songs from the two EPs such as, “Bury The Workman,” “In Your Hands,” and “Walking Away.”
“The timing feels perfect for us to release our first full-length album,” says Chad Mattson, lead singer for Unspoken. “We got to complete the pieces of what a record could and should have musically, but more importantly, the message of the songs brings us back to the basics of faith. The more success you get, or the more wealth, or whatever it is, it never seems to satisfy like you want. God has set it up so we realize that He is the biggest blessing. It’s what changed my life 11 years ago, and what continues to change my life now.”
Unspoken will perform the new songs for the upcoming K-LOVE Appreciation Tour in March, with labelmates Jason Gray and Carrollton. The artists will perform free concerts for K-LOVE listeners in Baton Rouge, LA; San Antonio, TX; Oklahoma City, OK; Denver, CO and Kansas City, MO. For additional tour updates for Unspoken please visit online at www.unspokenmusic.com,www.facebook.com/unspokenmusic, on twitter @unspokenmusic.

About The Author: Centricity

Centricity Music is an independent recording and publishing company based in Bellevue, Washington and Nashville, Tennessee. The company’s mission is to enable our artists to create life-changing experiences for the world. Centricity Music’s artist roster includes Downhere, Aaron Shust, Jason Gray, Andrew Peterson, High Valley, Me In Motion, Sixteen Cities, and Jaime Jamgochian.

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