Plumb Changes Album Title In Honor Of Connecticut Victims/Families by Team Addict on 2013-01-01 15:11:24
Back on December 20th Plumb announced she was changing the title of her new album from "Faster Than A Bullet" to her popular single name "Need You Now" in honor of the victims in the recent Connecticut tragedy. See the quote from her below.
You can now see the track list and listen to clips from her upcoming February release here.
"Attention everyone, especially any media I have interviewed with regarding the upcoming record...effective immediately, in honor of the victims and their families in the Connecticut tragedy, I have changed my upcoming album title to 'Need You Now'. Any reference to the previous album title needs to be removed where possible. I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause...but I'm certain everyone will understand how important it is to make reference as much as possible to the only true hope we can have at all times and as little reference to anything otherwise. Peace to you." Plumb on Facebook
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