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BUILDING 429 LAUNCHES INTO A NEW SEASON
WITH NEW LABEL AND NEW RECORD


DOVE AWARD-WINNING TRIO JOINS FORCES WITH INO RECORDS
TO RELEASE BUILDING 429 ON OCT. 21




NEWS SOURCE: The M Collective
September 10, 2008

Sept. 10, 2008…Nashville, TN… The Dove award-winning trio, Building 429 launches into a new season, recently signing a new label deal with INO Records and creating a new, self-titled album scheduled to release on Oct. 21. “End of Me” is the first single from their fourth studio record and it impacted Christian CHR and AC on Aug. 22.

Jason Roy, Michael Anderson and Jesse Garcia have come a long way since their debut album Space In Between Us (2004) and are excited for the new changes that have come their way and for the new relationship with INO Records.

“We are really excited about the future with Building 429,” said President of INO Records, Jeff Moseley. “With this record they are pouring life into their fans, clearly making their passion for music, people, and more importantly, God, known in a great way.“

Produced by Chris Stevens (TobyMac, Sanctus Real) Building 429 is using this album to help find their true identity as individuals and artists.

“This record is a new beginning,” said Roy, Building 429’s front man and chief lyricist. “Its no longer about what everybody wants us to be or what we think we should be but a season of finding what God has in store for us. I’m more confident than I’ve ever been in my life when it comes to my calling, when it comes to my brothers and when it comes to my band. That confidence is not in myself. That confidence is in the fact that the Lord is going to do something great with us. We’re just excited to be along for the ride,” Roy concludes.

One of the more buoyant songs Building 429 has ever recorded is the album’s first single “End of Me.” The song is a reminder that true fulfillment in life is found in surrendering control to Christ.

“It is my constant reminder these days to live my life by God's design, says Roy. “To leave the burdens and the comforts of believing I have the power to find true life. When I admit I have no control and that God gets that responsibility, everything seems to make a little more sense.”

To listen to “End of Me” click here.

Be on the look out for the launch of the band’s Truth Hope and Love fall tour with additional details to be announced soon. For more information on Building 429, go to: www.building429.com.

Building 429 has had a history of success with the release of three albums and now the rock band is joining forces with INO Records for their fourth studio record which will be hitting stores this fall. In 2005 “Glory Defined” was named BMI’s Christian Song of the Year, they were named the Gospel Music Association’s 2005 New Artist of the Year and nominated that same year for Rock/Contemporary Album of the Year and Song of the Year. They have toured with artists such as TobyMac, Family Force 5, Casting Crowns and Thousand Foot Krutch. Jason, Michael and Jesse are excited for their fans to hear a record that reflects where they are as individuals and artists.

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