This week we’re adding two great new songs to our rotation - Greater Than All My Regrets, the big new single from Tenth Avenue North off of their new album No Shame, and a lighter tune from Riley Clemmons called Fighting for Me, who made a splashy debut last year on the Christian contemporary charts with her pop hit Broken Prayers. We also saw a remix of Danny Gokey’s song Haven’t Seen It Yet debut on the 180remix Countdown along with two new songs, plus a new rock entry on The Stronghold from up-and-coming Tooth and Nail band Paradise Now.
It’s a busy and exciting New Music Monday! You’re going to be hearing a lot of new music on KCMI in the next few weeks, including big followups from some of your favorite artists! After his hit debut album Chain Breaker (which received Gold certification and spawned record breaking songs Chain Breaker and Old Church Choir) and a successful live album recorded at Harding Prison, Zach Williams is finally releasing the debut single off of his followup album, which are both titled Rescue Story. Rend Collective has also released a new single called Your Name is Power, which actually doesn’t have an album to call home yet - but they are releasing a new kids album called Sparkle. Pop. Rampage. on August 30th. That’s just the tip of the iceberg this week, be sure to check out all of the great new music you can hear on Hope Radio 97.1FM!
(FYI - You can listen to any of the new songs featured below by clicking the album artwork or the title/artist!)
New to Our Rotation
the 180remix countdown
This past week we added a wide variety of music to our countdowns and overall music rotation, but by far the biggest addition was Lauren Daigle’s Rescue. This latest single is sure to be another success in a string of radio hits from Lauren Daigle’s latest album Look Up Child, which recently set the record for most weeks at #1 on Billboard’s Top Christian Albums chart. Her record 39 weeks at #1 dethroned Switchfoot’s album The Beautiful Letdown, which stayed atop the chart for 38 weeks in 2004-2005. With over 900,000 albums sold, Look Up Child is approaching platinum certification.