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Citizen Way follows up breakout hit with new single 'The Lord's Prayer'


Mon, Jul 1st 2019 02:25 pm

Title track preceding band’s upcoming 3rd studio album

Citizen Way's new song “The Lord’s Prayer," the debut single from their upcoming album, is currently on all streaming platforms and will hit radio on Aug. 2. This song sets the stage for the band’s third studio album with Fair Trade Services (releasing this fall) and reflects the core purpose of the band. 

“We live in a world that craves truth, but we are constantly bombarded with lies,” frontman Ben Calhoun shared. “When the people of God sing scripture together, the truth is revealed and evil can be dealt with. We want to lead people to Jesus, the only source of truth and the original author of these words found in Matthew 6.”

“The Lord’s Prayer” follows the band’s hit single, “Bulletproof,” which eclipsed over 40 million streams across digital platforms. “Bulletproof” reached No. 1 on the Christian contemporary hit radio and was No. 9 on Billboard’s Hot Christian Songs chart.

Along with the release of the album “Love Is A Lion” this fall, Citizen Way will launch their “Love Is A Lion” tour with friends Jason Gray and The Young Escape.

About Citizen Way

Citizen Way (Ben Calhoun on lead vocals/guitar, David Blascoe or drums and and Daniel Olsson on guitar/background vocals) broke on to the music scene in 2013 with their powerful debut album “Love is the Evidence.” The band quickly drew in a devoted fan base with their Top 5 debut single “Should’ve Been Me” and No. 1 hit “How Sweet the Sound.”

The band followed with hits “When I’m With You” and "Bulletproof."

Around recording, Citizen Way is connecting personally with audiences across the country on their headlining tours. The band also has toured alongside MercyMe, Newsboys, Jeremy Camp, Big Daddy Weave and Mandisa.

Citizen Way founded the nonprofit ministry GENEROSITY ROCKS, which financially supports artists as “musicianaries” and empowers them to give to local communities where they perform.

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