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Building 429 to Release New Album “Live The Journey,” Watch Video for “You Can”

GRAMMY® nominated Building 429, has already started launching new music from their upcoming album, Live the Journey, that releases Sept. 7th through Provident Label Group. For the first time, fans will have the opportunity to hear all but one song, “Closer,” from the project before the release date this fall on YouTube, Spotify and more. Each song will have a devotional from Building 429’s lead singer, Jason Roy, along with weekly eblasts and story-behind-the-song videos.  The powerful music video for “You Can” can be viewed below, which features military veteran Redmond Ramos.

“We’re learning every day how to slow down and live in the moment, how to be still. We want to meet people where they are, to live in the moment with them. We hope this record inspires others to rethink what it means to live the journey,” said Jason Roy.

Live the Journey was three years in the making, as the band searched their hearts and souls to find the messages that God had planned for the album. The result is one of their most impactful projects of the group’s career, with songs that empower the true meaning of God as protector, provider and miracle worker. Live the Journey takes the listener through a variety of musical presentations that includes worship songs like “Assurance,” the up-tempo “1,000 Promises,” or the violin intro, mid-tempo “I Still Believe,” with the strong faith-oriented lyrics, This is my Gospel I’m not ashamed about it/Give me the megaphone I’m not ashamed to shout it.

Fans will be able to hear Building 429’s new music live as they continue their heavy tour schedule through August, and will join New Song, Citizen Way and Caitie Hurst on the “I Am A Christian Tour” in September and October, before rounding out their 2018 tour dates in November and December.


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