Trio premieres new series, ‘Chasing CAIN,’ with TBN; fall leg of ‘The Live & In Color Tour’ continues through November
The new album from the award-winning sibling trio CAIN is out now. Aptly titled “Jesus Music” (Provident Entertainment/Sony Music), the 11-song project is true to their unique sound and musical spirit, and a tribute to the Jesus music that has come before them. The project includes such tracks as the previously released "Any More," "Windows Down," "WWJD" and the title track. Click here to listen.
“Our whole lives, the music that inspired us, redirected us, and carried us, was always Jesus music," CAIN collectively shared. "To the artists, the worship leaders, and the choir directors, to the parents singing Jesus music over their kids as they put them to bed, we say thank you. Keep singing Jesus music. It means more than you can ever know!”
The title track takes it even further, with Taylor, Madison and Logan adding, "We make music for Jesus because of the heroes who showed us how. (The song) includes the titles of some of the greatest songs we’ve ever known – and now we get to celebrate that kingdom impact together." The video, available here, features artists such as Mac Powell, Matt Redman, Chris Tomlin, Casting Crowns, Steven Curtis Chapman, Michael W. Smith, Ben Fuller and MercyMe's Bart Millard.
Adding to the excitement of the new album, the group announced "Chasing CAIN," a new original series with TBN, coming in November exclusively through the TBN app. The limited series will share never-before-seen footage of the group, its rise to where it is today, and how the Cains keep faith and family at the forefront of everything they do. Check out the trailer here and visit the TBN app where the first two episodes are now available.
With their “Live & In Color Tour” kicking back up next week, the group will continue to share many of their new songs, along with fan favorites such as "Rise Up (Lazarus)" and "I'm So Blessed," among others. Presented by World Vision and promoted by Premier Productions, songwriter and artist Katy Nichole along with Grammy-nominee singer, songwriter and producer David Leonard are on the tour through November.
Every tour stop is guaranteed to bring fun and entertainment as well as ministry, worship and a chance to encounter the presence of God. To stay up to date on their tour dates and to find out more about CAIN, click here.
CAIN image courtesy of Merge PR
More About Cain
The music of CAIN quickly became a mainstay at radio since their debut single, the RIAA Gold Certified "Rise Up (Lazarus)," was released in early 2020. Raised in Hartselle, Alabama, as pastor's kids and now residing in Nashville, CAIN – Madison Cain Johnson, Taylor Cain Matz and Logan Cain – got their first break opening for Dave Barnes and Andrew Ripp at a show in 2012. Now more than a decade later, they've headlined their own tour, along with sharing the stage with Zach Williams, Casting Crowns, TobyMac, the K-LOVE Christmas Tour, and performed on the Grand Ole Opry stage. The group also hosted the 2023 K-LOVE Fan Awards.
They've hit No. 1 back-to-back at radio with their first two singles, "Rise Up (Lazarus)" and "Yes He Can," both songs from their first full-length album, “Rise Up.” Additionally, their viral single "I'm So Blessed" took over the streaming front, amassing more than 1 million streams for every week so far in 2023. Because of its social media popularity, more than 200,000 people have created their own videos using the music of "I'm So Blessed," accounting for 300 million additional views on social media and growing their social media reach by 185%.
In their career to date, they've won a K-LOVE Fan Award for Top Breakout Single "Rise Up (Lazarus)" and were nominated for an American Music Award (AMA) in 2021. CAIN also received multiple nods for the GMA Dove Awards in 2022 for Best New Artist, Pop/Contemporary Album, Best Recorded Music Packaging for “Rise Up,” and Christmas/Special Event Album for “Wonderful.” Their viral single, "I'm So Blessed," from “Rise Up,” quickly flew up the streaming front, amassing more than a million weekly streams for multiple weeks.