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Jeremy Camp photo credit: Anabel Litchfield // Image courtesy of Shore Fire Media
Jeremy Camp photo credit: Anabel Litchfield // Image courtesy of Shore Fire Media

Jeremy Camp debuts 'These Days' feat. Franni Rae

Fri, Apr 12th 2024 04:05 pm

13-track album, ‘Deeper Waters,’ out Friday, May 17, via Capitol CMG

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Jeremy Camp has released “These Days” featuring Franni Rae. The living-in-the-moment anthemic track is a reimagined version of the previously released version, a Top 10 single on CCM radio. 

“These Days” feat. Franni Rae will be on the album release of Camp’s 14th studio record, “Deeper Waters,” out Friday, May 17, via Capitol CMG. The album, as a whole, is a pop-fused reflection of both the past two-plus decades in the spotlight and the appreciation for the moment of now.

“Wow! What an incredible honor to get to be a part of 'These Days' with Jeremy Camp,” Franni Rae said. “Jeremy and his family are some of my dear friends, which makes this even more special! It was so much fun to get to sing as a solo artist with him, too! An amazing song with amazing people, how much better can it get?! Hope this song encourages you guys to know deep down in your soul that every single person has a unique purpose and a plan, destined by God for such a time as ‘These Days!’ ”

Camp is currently on his 17-city “The Theater Tour,” which kicked off earlier this year and has sold out many stops across the eastern U.S. For tickets and more information, visit jeremycamp.com

With more than 6 million albums sold and 43 No. 1 singles across all formats, Camp’s music has earned him numerous awards and nominations across the Christian and secular music industries, including five GMA Dove Awards, Grammy nomination, three American Music Award nominations, and four ASCAP Songwriter of the Year Awards. Camp was named Billboard’s No. 2 Christian artist of the decade, as well. 

Outside of music, in 2020 Jeremy had an international theatrical movie release called “I Still Believe,” which hit No. 1 in the box office opening weekend.

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