Nashville, TN (January 25, 2019)
We Are Messengers is poised to release the first batch of new music since the Dove Award-nominated act’s 2016 critically-acclaimed self-titled debut. Extending their track record of transparent songwriting, the group will release the Honest EP March 29, 2019. Honest is available for pre-order starting today. The six-track set was produced by Tedd T. (Francesca Battistelli, Stars Go Dim) and Benjamin Backus (for KING & COUNTRY, Blanca) and features powerful radio hit “Maybe It’s OK.”

Honest is the most truthful, raw and personal record we have made,” shares We Are Messengers frontman Darren Mulligan. “We’ve pushed ourselves to be vulnerable, to share our heartache, loneliness and joy so that everyone who listens can have permission to share theirs, too.”

Fans can now anonymously share their personal stories and struggles on the band’s new “Maybe It’s OK” app at https://maybeitsok.com, which takes its title from the group’s current single. After only six weeks at radio, “Maybe It’s OK,” has already reached the Top 10 on both the Billboard and Mediabase charts.

Those who pre-order the Honest EP will receive instant grat tracks, “Maybe It’s OK” and “The Devil Is A Liar,” which also releases today across all digital service providers. In addition, the official music video for “The Devil Is A Liar” debuts today on We Are Messengers’ YouTube channel.

We Are Messengers will share new music this spring on TobyMac’s Hits Deep Tour, alongside Jeremy Camp, Jordan Feliz, Ryan Stevenson and Aaron Cole.

Click the play button above or below to watch the video for “The Devil Is A Liar”

 


Honest
Track Listing:

1. Honest
2. Abide
3. Maybe It’s OK
4. The Devil Is A Liar
5. Wolves
6. Gold And Glory

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Ross Cluver
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Ross Cluver is a 30 year Christian music veteran who has been with CCM Magazine since 1994. He is currently Associate Publisher at Salem Publishing & Managing Editor of CCM. Before coming to CCM, Ross managed the Harvest Rock Syndicate alternative Christian music magazine and also worked in concert promotion, artist management and radio. Send your industry news and press releases to Ross at: info@salempublishing.com

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