SWITCH have released their new full-length album, 'Symphony' (DREAM Records). The LP is available at all digital retail outlets and will be available at select physical retail outlets on March 20. The new 10-song album was produced by Grammy Award nominated producer Louis Biancaniello, Michael Biancaniello, and Life.Church’s JT Murrell and Dameon Aranda.
“The album has a good mix of carefree songs that are easy to listen to and songs that speak to deeper issues and the struggles we all go through. That combination of songs is intentional,” said JT Murrell who oversees worship album production at Life.Church. “When people listen to this album, we hope they will be reminded that Jesus is in everything. Through all the highs and lows, He’s always there, no matter what.”
An extended version of the original EP by the same name, this full-length album features their hit song, "Symphony,” and their new lead single, "Count Me In." With over 25 adds to date, “Count Me In” is already getting Billboard attention. The single has debuted No. 47 on the Billboard Christian National Airplay Chart, and No. 31 (N&A) on the Billboard Christian Hot AC / CHR chart just four days after its add date. The song was also most added two weeks in a row on the Billboard Christian Hot AC / CHR. The group is expectant and eager to see God move through “Count Me In.”
"Count Me In" has also seen the support from the retail community as it has been added to Spotify's New Music Friday Christian and Top Christian playlists, Apple Music's Risers and Inspired Chill, Amazon's Fresh Christian and Divine Sound playlists, Pandora's New Christian Music Now and YouTube Music's Christian Music Hot List, Christian Music On The Rise and Rise Up!. The group is expectant and eager to see God move through “Count Me In.”
“When we began to discuss what our second single would be, there was a lot of back and forth conversation. We wanted to be careful not to choose a song just because we thought it would be a hit, but to fight for what God has laid on our hearts,” said Murrell. “Our team chose ‘Count Me In’ based on the message we wanted to convey and the sound we want to establish for Switch, and we’re excited to see how God uses it to encourage the Church.”