Award-winning hitmaker Jeremy Camp releases “Deeper Waters,” the title track to his 14th studio album, out Fri., May 17 via Capitol CMG.

“Deeper Waters” kicks off the album, guiding the listener through a sonic and lyrical journey of exploration, illustrating how faith grows stronger as one navigates the increasingly profound waters of life, calling one to go “deeper”.

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This record was written out of one of the most difficult yet profoundly beautiful seasons of my life,” says Camp. “Going through “and expressing everything that God has unfolded over the years, including the challenges, joys, and pains that have led me into such a deeper connection with Him.”

The album as a whole is a pop-fused reflection of both the past two-plus decades in the spotlight and the appreciation for the moment of now.

Camp will kick off an East Coast route of “The Theater Tour,” which will start Mar. 21 in North Carolina. The 17-date run will stop in Florida, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Georgia, and more, and fans can expect a mix of both familiar hits and a preview of new music. Caleb & John are opening on “The Theater Tour,” and tickets and more information can be found here:

With more than 6 million albums sold and 43 No. 1 singles across all formats, Camp’s music has earned him numerous awards and nominations across the Christian and secular music industries, including five GMA Dove Awards, Grammy nomination, three American Music Award nominations, and four ASCAP Songwriter of the Year Awards. Camp was named Billboard’s No. 2 Christian artist of the decade as well. Outside of music, in 2020 Jeremy had an international theatrical movie release called “I Still Believe” which hit No. 1 in the box office opening weekend.

“The Theater Tour” Dates:

Thurs., Mar. 21 | Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts | Franklin, NC
Fri., Mar. 22 | Victoria Theatre | Dayton, OH
Sat., Mar. 23 |Blue Gate Performing Arts Center | Shipshewana, IN
Sun., Mar. 24 | Bloomington Center For the Performing Arts | Bloomington, IL
Thurs., Mar. 28 | Pensacola Saenger Theatre | Pensacola, FL
Fri., Mar. 29 | Polk Theatre | Lakeland, FL
Sat., mar. 30 | Albany Municipal Auditorium | Albany, GA
Thurs., Apr. 4 | Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall | Munhall, PA
Fri., Apr. 5 | American Music Theatre | Lancaster, PA
Sat., Apr. 6 | Sherman Theater | Stroudsburg, PA
Sun., Apr. 7 | Mayo Performing Arts Center | Morristown, NJ
Thurs., Apr. 11 | First Financial Music Hall | El Dorado, AR
Fri., Apr. 12 | SKyPAC | Bowling Green, KY
Sat., Apr. 13 | Mountain Arts Center | Prestonburg, KY
Sun., Apr. 14 | Charleston Music Hall | Charleston, SC
Thurs., Apr. 18 | Sunrise Theatre for the Performing Arts | Fort Pierce, FL
Fri., Apr. 19 | Florida Theatre | Jacksonville, FL

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