Nashville, TN (July 19, 2019)
Indiana-based Christian pop/rock band Attaboy has released it’s newest single, “Fearless,” globally from Radiate Music. The song is available now on at all digital retailers and streaming outlets.

Written by the band, and produced, engineered and mixed by Doug Weier (Anberlin, We Are Leo), “Fearless” channels infectious pop music that has landed Attaboy radio success and sustained years of full-time touring.

“‘Fearless’ encourages listeners to live a life that is not limited by fear and doubt, but one that is inspired by truth and lived to the fullest,” shares Attaboy’s Jeff Edgel (guitar/piano). “An abundant life begins when we’re able to block out the negativity and lies of this world, and instead live courageously.”

Attaboy “Fearless” (Official Video)

“Fearless” Lyrics:
Open my eyes
I realize
Hearing the truth and seeing through the lies
You’ve been saying for years
All of my fears
Are nothing but static in my ears

So why, tell me why, would I turn back now
You’ve never let me down

You got me fearless, fearless
Feelin’ like I’m unafraid
Like I’m living now
You got me fearless, fearless
Feelin’ like I’m unafraid
Feelin’ like I’m living

I’m lost in my mind
Caught in rewind and feeling paralyzed
You remind me again
Living begins
Wherever these doubts come to an end

The bands anti-apathy track “Waking Up” will be featured on the band’s upcoming and sixth full-length album, which is slated to be released this fall. The album title and more information will be revealed soon.

The Attaboy collective, consisting of Edgel, Ryan Payne (vocals/guitar/piano), Melanie Morris (bass/background vocals) and Christian Morris (drums), have witnessed a ubiquitous longing for authentic social and spiritual connection, especially in the years they’ve spent touring coast-to-coast, singing, dancing and talking with young people. Today’s youth (“Generation Z / Post-Millennials”) have been labeled by some, “the most cynical and distrusting generation ever recorded,” but Attaboy sees the situation differently.

“We live in a culture obsessed with the search for what is ‘real’,” says Ryan. “Whether in the demand for public figures to be more honest and genuine, or in the desire for ‘all natural’ products, or the everyday search for authentic, meaningful experiences, one thing rings true: we are a people with a deep longing for the real thing.”


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