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Grammy-nominated Matt Hammitt surprises audiences with 'United Again' single release on Inauguration Day

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Fri, Jan 20th 2017 04:15 pm

Debuting alongside FCM Records, 'United Again' lyric video available now

Addressing the current state of division in the nation, Grammy-nominated Matt Hammitt debuts the lyric video for single "United Again" (FCM Records, Seth Mosley), encouraging communities to find strength and unity with God. Amid protests and demonstrations on Inauguration Day, the song serves as an anthem for the church, unifying those who feel disheartened by the present political climate.

"Today, it seems there's only one thing that most Americans can agree on: that our nation is divided, Hammitt said. "Many are asking the questions about how, or even if, our country can heal. A long list of leaders have claimed that they would bring us together, bring us hope, but no president or administration has the power to do that. On this inauguration day, I'll say a prayer for our president. He has been given a task greater than any man can bear on his own. I've also decided to share a song of hope, because I still believe that the gospel and love of Jesus Christ holds the power to heal and transform our lives and our nation."

Watch the lyric video for "United Again," here, and Matt Hammitt's Message of Hope, here.

Grammy-winning Billboard Producer of the Year Mosley stands as the mastermind behind some of the biggest hits in the CCM industry, helming No. 1 singles from for KING & COUNTRY ("Fix My Eyes"), Francesca Battistelli ("He Knows My Name"), Jeremy Camp ("He Knows") and more in one year alone.

Altogether, Mosley's full-service production company, Full Circle Music, has contributed to over 20 No. 1 chart-topping songs and worked with artists, both signed and independent, including Skillet, Mat Kearney, TobyMac, Jon Foreman (Switchfoot), Newsboys and country acts High Valley and Ricky Skaggs. The team writes and produces an average of 150 songs each year in their Franklin, Tennessee-based studio.

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