Satellites & Sirens To Release New Album "One Noise" by Dream Music Group on 2014-01-22 10:39:21
Los Angeles, CA (January, 2013) -- Nashville based synth group, Satellites & Sirens have been busy. With a new record deal on DREAM Records and a new upcoming album titled, One Noise, the guys are gearing up for a great year ahead. Today, we are proud to announce that they will be joining the We Won't Be Shaken tour featuring Building 429, Hawk Nelson and Family Force 5 in March.
"I think this is the most excited I have been to release an album" says frontman, Geoff Hunker. "We worked so hard on this record and spent so much time writing and making sure that every note and lyric had a purpose and wasn't just filler. It shows who we are as a band musically and spiritually and we feel like it's the best thing we have released."
Listen to their new single titled, "Jump Start My Heart":
9. Breakthrough (feat. Jonathan Steingard of Hawk Nelson)
10. You Traded Heaven
11. Holy Are You God
12. United Kingdom
For more information about the group go to www.DreamRecords.org and www.SatellitesandSirens.com
ABOUT DREAM RECORDS
DREAM was founded in 2008 to provide artists with a genuine approach to how real artist development should be done. By allowing for a partnership as a business model, Dream’s artists empower themselves to develop and carry out a real vision for their lives as they affect other people’s lives with their music and message. Incorporating social media, press, radio and touring it’s allowing it’s artists grow together as a family.
ABOUT SATELLITES & SIRENS
Nashville, TN based, Satellites & Sirens are no where near to slowing down. In March 2014, they are set to release a new album titled "One Noise", a testament to their passion for innovation, love for God and worship. Their latest release perfectly blends their synth, rock, and pop influences into a 12 song album sure to please current fans and brand new fans alike.
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