Unspoken’s Self-Titled Release Garners Top 20 Album
NASHVILLE, TN (April 11, 2014) — Centricity Music’s breakout band Unspoken celebrates a successful street week for its first full-length, self-titled album that released April 1st. Unspokendebuted last week at No. 35 on Billboard’s Christian Albums Chart and quickly rose to No. 16 this week. The project is only for sale at retail through Lifeway Christian stores and available online at all music outlets. Lifeway’s exclusive agreement will run through July 1st when Unspoken will become available at all retail outlets.
The band recently wrapped a well-received radio tour in support of the record and its lead single “Start a Fire,” as stations welcomed the foursome in-studio for interviews and on-air performances, at such outlets as WFRN/Elkhart, IN,WHPZ /South Bend, IN, WCSG/Grand Rapids, MI, WJQK/Zeeland, MI and WLAB/Fort Wayne, IN. The single, “Start A Fire,” is going for adds at radio today.
Additional buzz surrounding Unspoken comes in the form of early media reviews with multiple outlets calling out its unique qualities, in particular the album’s pioneering sound. Worship Leader Magazinepraises the project for “redefin[ing] the sound of Christian modern pop,” while NewReleaseTuesday.com describes it as “fresh” and “one of the best of the year.”
Unspoken was produced by award-winning producer Seth Mosley (Newsboys, Francesca Bastistelli), with the exception of “Who You Are,” produced by Jason Walker (Audio Adrenaline). In addition to highlighting popular songs from the group’s two EPs, such as Top 5 singles “Who You Are” and “Lift My Life Up,” the record also demonstrates Unspoken’s continued growth with stellar new tracks including “Good Fight,” “Call It Grace,” “Real Thing,” “My Recovery,” and “Start A Fire.”
Unspoken will continue to debut music from the album this fall while on tour with labelmates Jason Gray, Carrollton, and Lindsay McCaul. For an updated tour itinerary, visit www.unspokenmusic.com. Also, check out Unspoken’s feature interview in this month’s CCM Magazine, as well as on upcoming episodes of LeSea Broadcasting’s “Harvest Show” and “Live From Studio B.”