Gotee Record’s Finding Favour Releases New Single "Say Amen" Along With Music Video by Merge PR on 2014-03-18 13:00:09
Nashville, Tenn. – March 18, 2014 – Gotee Records’ Finding Favour has released a brand new single, “Say Amen,” available now at iTunes, Amazon MP3 and Spotify. The third single released by Finding Favour is already resonating with radio as Air1 stations have added the song out of the gate. The band is also debuting a music video today exclusively on Air1.com.
"Say Amen is a reminder of God's undying faithfulness,” shares vocalist Blake Neesmith. “He'll never leave us! He'll never forsake us! So let us take the good and the bad and remember that God has a purpose and a plan. In the fire, in the storms, or even in the calm we can stand and Say Amen!”
With soul-shaking anthems and impactful lyrics, Finding Favour continues to deliver songs that reflect the moving stories that inspire their music and showcase the band’s considerable talent and musical mission. In 2013, the band released their self-titled EP to much praise. This EP produced two singles that have paved the way for “Say Amen.” Their debut single “ Slip On By” charted in the Top 20 at Christian AC radio in addition to being re-cut by country artist Austin Webb, which became a Top 40 country radio hit. The following single “ Shake the World” went on to chart in the Top 30 at Christian AC as well as Top 15 on CHR radio.
Fans have had the opportunity to get to know this budding foursome act on major tours across the U.S. with Building 429 and Rhett Walker Band followed by the “United We Stand” fall tour with Building 429, The Afters and Hawk Nelson tour. Finding Favour is currently on the road with the “Change a Life Tour” with Audio Adrenaline and Kutless. Remaining tour dates listed below.
Hailing from south Georgia, Finding Favour is Blake Neesmith (lead vocals, guitar), Allen Dukes (guitar, vocals), Dustin Daniels (bass, vocals), Josh Duckworth (drums).
Mar 20 @ Christ Community Chapel Hudson, OH
Mar 21 @ Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts Franklin, NC
Mar 22 @ Middle GA Raceway Byron, GA
Mar 23 @ Edgewater High School Orlando, FL
Mar 27 @ Life Church Laurel, MS
Mar 28 @ Calvary Church St Peters, MO
Mar 29 @ Silver Dollar City Branson, MO
Mar 30 @ Silver Dollar City (*not part of tour) Brandon Township, MI
Mar 30 @ Mathewson Exhibition Center Sedalia, MO
Apr 02 @ New Life Chapel Odessa, TX
Apr 03 @ San Angelo Minimal San Angelo, TX
Apr 05 @ Cassidy Park Bogalusa, LA
Apr 06 @ Lanes Chapel UMC Tyler, TX
Apr 10 @ Christian Fellowship Church Evansville, IN
Apr 11 @ NorthEast Christian Church Lexington, KY
Apr 12 @ Ozinga Chapel Auditorium Palos Heights, IL
Apr 13 @ Masonic Temple Freeport, IL
Apr 24 @ Wayne Community Activity Center Wayne, NE
Apr 25 @ Lincoln Berean Church Lincoln, NE
Apr 26 @ Calvary Baptist Joplin, MO
Apr 27 @ Louisville Waterfront Park Louisville, KY
May 01 @ Boca Raton Community Church Boca Raton, FL
May 02 @ Cambier Park Naples, FL
May 03 @ Nativity Youth Center Brandon, FL
May 04 @ Truett-McConnell College Cleveland, GA
May 08 @ Perry Hall Family Worship Center Perry Hall, MD
May 09 @ Barre Municipal Auditorium Barre, VT
May 10 @ Atlantic Christian School Egg Harbor City, NJ
About Gotee Records:
In 1992 a production team of three talented guys with diverse tastes shared a love for music. Producers Joey Elwood and Todd Collins, along with Grammy-winning artist TobyMac, launched Gotee Records in 1994 after unsuccessfully finding a label deal for the R&B trio Out of Eden. With a steady focus on artistry, the new label expanded to reflect the diverse interests of its founders. Within 12 months, Christafari, GRITS, and Johnny Q. Public were signed, easily representing four different music categories: R&B, reggae, rap and rock. In the 20 years since Gotee's founding as a record label, it has launched the careers of Relient K, Jennifer Knapp, Sonicflood and more recently, Jamie Grace, Capital Kings, Finding Favour and Ryan Stevenson. The present day in the Gotee story is much like the label's early days. Through all the changes in a tumultuous music industry, the boutique label's independent spirit is maintained through a steady focus on artist development and diversity.
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