As one of Christian music’s leading bands since 2004, Building 429’s forthcoming set captures its signature expressive vocals, skilled musicianship and insightful songwriting. Working again with producers Jason Ingram and Rob Hawkins, Building 429 recorded 10 new songs for We Won’t Be Shaken with messages that inspire listeners to dream God-sized dreams and not allow fear to be an inhibitor of what God wants to do in our lives.
“We feel like we’ve made the most focused record of our career,” frontman Jason Roy says. “We knew what we were trying to accomplish. We wanted to push the limits of what people expect us to do while maintaining the absolute laser focus on meeting our current fans where they are.” He adds, “We are as committed as we’ve ever been to the body of Christ and to the church. As we headline shows this year, we want to make sure the gospel is clear and we want to love on people.”
“We know who we are better than ever before,” states drummer Michael Anderson, “who we are as men, who we are as husbands, who we are as Christ followers and that just pours into the music.”
“We Won’t Be Shaken” introduces the conversation carried throughout the band’s new music with lyrics that encourage listeners to erase fear, stand firm and believe in a God who cannot be shaken (Pslam 62:2)
Roy explains, “We really felt like we wanted to make a record that said, ‘Stand up! You have been called. We are God’s children. Who can stand against what God has begun?’ That’s really our perspective. His strength is made perfect in our weakness. This record says, ‘Hey, let’s go! Let’s do this. God is going to use us and we’re not going to fail.”
We Won’t Be Shaken also includes a new live acoustic version of the band’s No. 1 Billboard magazine Christian song of the year, “Where I Belong,” off the group’s previous 2011 album Listen To The Sound.
Building 429 will introduce fans to its new music throughout a busy 2013 touring season, starting with its tour with the Newsboys throughout spring 2013, followed by its own headlining run of shows with special guest Rhett Walker. Building 429 has also confirmed a co-headline tour with The Afters through fall 2013.
For more information on Building 429, including a current tour itinerary, visit: www.Building429.com.
Building 429 first broke through with its 2004 No. 1 hit “Glory Defined,” which was named BMI’s Christian Song of the Year in 2005. That same year, Building 429 was recognized as New Artist of the Year at the Gospel Music Association’s Dove Awards. The group has since amassed a dedicated fan following, playing more than 150 live shows a year while developing its own touring brands “Winter Blast” and “Summer Blast.” For more information on Building 429, visit www.Building429.com, www.facebook.com/building429 or www.twitter.com/building429.