All Sons & Daughters Begin Recording New Studio Album

Jan 31 2014

All Sons & Daughters are currently recording their next studio album, expected to be released this May.

The worship duo spent last week at Nashville's legendary Sound Emporium Recording Studio where they are working with producers Paul Mabury and Shane Wilson. Former Delirious guitarist Stu G has also been recording guitars in the studio for the album (pictured).

"We have also been writing a lot as we gear up for our next studio project with Paul Mabury in January", explained the group. "We are already so excited about these songs and cannot wait to share them with you."

All Sons & Daughters released their first live, full-length recording in April 2013. 'All Sons & Daughters - Live' was recorded in the chapel at Oceanway Studios in Nashville, and featured members Leslie Jordan and David Leonard sharing their best-loved songs, such as 'All The Poor and Powerless' and 'Reason to Sing', as well as new songs, all delivered in a congregationally-friendly, organic worship setting.

In October the duo will join Crowder on his 'Neon Steeple Tour' with Capital Kings.

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