Nashville, TN (August 20, 2020)
GRAMMY Award-nominated Christian rock band NEEDTOBREATHE has returned with an official music video for “Who Am I.” The video follows “Hang On” as the second Jared Hogan-directed clip in a five-part series of visuals for the band’s forthcoming album Out of Body.
Watch it now:
“It’s been amazing to see the fan reaction to ‘Who Am I’ so far. We wanted to keep this video simple and let the performance speak for itself,” the band shared. “We are working on some new ideas specifically with this track, so we hope fans and everybody keep an eye out for that.”
Out of Body is due for release on August 28, 2020 via Elektra Records/Centricity Music, and is available for pre-order and pre-save now.
NEEDTOBREATHE will welcome the album with Celebrating Out of Body, a fully immersive concert experience directed by acclaimed filmmaker Elizabeth Olmstead (Brandi Carlile, The Highwomen) that will see the band perform their new songs live for the very first time. Streamed from the studio in Nashville, TN, this high definition audio and video experience will put fans right in the middle of a live performance to celebrate the album’s release. Celebrating Out of Body will take place on Friday, August 28th at 9:00pm ET.
On Out of Body, the platinum-certified trio—Bear Rinehart [vocals, guitar], Seth Bolt [bass, vocals], and Josh Lovelace [keys, vocals]—examine life, family, and friends through a youthful prism. The guys take stock of not only two decades as a band, but also first-time fatherhood and the future over a rich soundtrack of soulful rock with stadium-size scope and poetic intimacy. After spending a week at a beach house in Charleston to gather thoughts and ideas, the trio headed to Nashville, to record alongside producers Cason Cooley and Jeremy Lutito. As they cultivated a team atmosphere, the songs organically came to life.
Out of Body follows 2016’s album H A R D L O V E, which debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top Current Album Sales Chart, and featured the gold-certified title track “Hard Love.”
Original article provided by CCM Magazine