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Rend Collective announces 'Good News' to release January 2018


Fri, Oct 6th 2017 06:35 pm
Rend Collective , `Good News`
Rend Collective , "Good News"
Kicks off headlining tour with sold-out show in Philadelphia
Rend Collective announced Friday the group's sixth studio album, "Good News," is set to release in January 2018. The first single from the anticipated project, "Rescuer (Good News)," has already been added by major stations, including K-LOVE, Air1, WayFM and KSBJ, reaching an audience of more than 2.8 million weekly listeners. With over 1.1 million views on YouTube of the hit single's official music video, last week the band released a performance video of the song live in the Netherlands.
"In the middle of such devastatingly bad news, we don't want to just sing good news, but follow the example of Jesus and actually be good news to hurting people," Gareth Gilkeson said.
The announcement for new music comes after the group kicked off its headlining "Good News North American Tour Pt. 1" to a sold-out show in Philadelphia on Thursday night. For the latest tour schedule, visit https://rendcollective.com.
Hailing from a small town off the coast of Northern Ireland, Rend Collective (Gareth Gilkeson, Chris Llewellyn, Ali Gilkeson, Patrick Thompson and Stephen Mitchell) wants to be known as a celebration band, worshiping for God's glory and fame. Since the release of their first album, "Organic Family Hymnal," the group's authentic and energetic style of worship has attracted an international audience, with career sales of more than 300,000 albums. The group saw early success as its first single, "Build Your Kingdom Here," peaked at No. 12 on the national Christian audience chart. Their 2014 release, "The Art of Celebration," charted at No. 1 on the Billboard Christian albums chart within the first week of its release. The group released the critically acclaimed "As Family We Go" in 2015, followed by "Campfire Christmas Volume 1" and "Campfire II," both in 2016,
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