David Crowder Band Release New Single

Jun 25 2009

Several days ago, David Crowder Band released their new single: 'How He Loves'. A cover of the popular song by John Mark McMillan, the single is taken from their upcoming album 'Church Music', the release date of which has been pushed forward to the 22nd September. The single has already made a huge impact on iTunes, rocketing to the top position in the Christian chart, and reaching as high as number 89 on the overall chart.

The band have been hard at work on the new album for many months, and have recently announced a full tour of the US.

In a message to fans, David Crowder said:

"Don't panic, if you are disappointed that the first song we release is a cover of a song that's been out for several years now, you'll be happy to know that 'Church Music' has no less than 17 songs on it. 73 minutes of music. The rest are brand new, never recorded before tunes. It is a massive amount of music."


Remember; keep checking out Louder Than The Music for all the latest David Crowder Band news, reviews and rumours.

Check out The Review of their new single "How He Loves"

Article by J Alexander.

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