Brother duo, Band Reeves, is using their deep-seated Southern roots to spread the hope and love of Jesus through their newly released album 'We All Need Jesus'. Their sound has been compared to Florida Georgia Line, Rascal Flatts, Jeremy Camp, and Chris Tomlin. Jeramy and Cody Reeves were born and raised in a small town in East Texas.
As Worship leaders of their home church, Jeramy and Cody understand the importance of Worshiping the Lord through music and the impact on people's lives, as it draws them closer to Christ.
That is the motivation behind their new album 'We all Need Jesus'. Band Reeves humbly bows and lays their music at the feet of Jesus, giving Him all the glory for the souls that are saved through the songs that the Lord gave them to write and perform. They are eager to share them with the world and to connect with people, seeking the lost and edifying the church.
"We just want to be wherever God is moving and a part of His work", says the duo. The single 'Man on Monday' asks the tough question that faces us all, "Who's that man on Monday?" Are we the same person sitting in church or are we living double lives. We were created to worship God every day of the week, not just on Sundays. Man on Monday is an up tempo anthem, to challenge all of us to be the same person everyday of the week and to have an honest and meaningful relationship with our Savior, Jesus Christ.