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FOR ALL SEASONS RELEASES NEW SONG "EVERY GOOD THING"

Launches "More Than Music" Podcast + Additional Content To Tell Stories Behind Songs




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NEWS SOURCE: Centricity Music
January 25, 2019

Centricity Music band For All Seasons has planned a year full of new releases, starting today with their digital single “Every Good Thing." In addition to new music, each month the band is releasing podcast episodes, music videos, and live Q&A sessions, all of which tie together with a common theme, for their yearlong “More Than Music” project.

With January’s theme Seeing, the California band’s new song speaks of recognizing and acknowledging God’s presence. Featuring resonating pop vibes, “Every Good Thing” was written by band members Emily Hamilton and Jeff Luckey, along with Jeff Sojka (for KING & COUNTRY) and Cameron Jaymes (Matt Wertz).

“We were in a season of feeling discouraged, really questioning what we were doing and what God was doing in our lives...But then we heard God saying ‘Trust the process, I’m taking care of you.’ And within that day, we saw provision from Him,” Hamilton says, reflecting on the song’s inspiration. “God provides. Every good thing we have is from the Lord, but we have to choose to see and pursue and worship Him.”

Next week the band will release a music video and new episode of their More Than Music podcast, which give more background about “Every Good Thing" and this month’s theme. The band is eager to connect with listeners through this year’s content.

“It feels so life-giving to be creating things that we really believe in and to to peel the song back in really fun ways, like in music videos, but also in deeper ways, like the podcast. We want people to understand what it is that we’re writing about and how these lyrics were created to call them into something deeper with the Lord,” Hamilton adds. “Diving into and writing about some of these themes has been a good-kind-of challenging, figuring out how to give people words for seasons we all walk through.”

For All Seasons will continue releasing new singles the last Friday of each month.

For more information, visit their website and follow them on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

 

About For All Seasons:

Hailing from Souther California, For All Seasons is made up of Emily Hamilton, Johnny Hamilton, and Jeff Luckey. Previously the group served as the worship band at Biola University, along with Hume Lake Christian Camp. They were signed to Centricity Music in 2017, releasing EP Clarity early the following year and earning acclaim for their modern pop and rock tones: “For All Seasons & their influence in CCM is certain to increase…They’re talented, on-fire-for Jesus worshippers who give their all in whatever song they sing…a group that could become the next Jesus Culture or Hillsong.”(365 Days of Inspiring Media). With over 6 million Spotify dreamsin 2018, they had three singles on Spotify’s Top Christian playlist. Additionally, lead single “Higher”was listed in Apple’s Best of the Week category and spent half a year on Apple’s A-List Christian playlist. Worship anthem “No Other”stands at No. 434 on CCLI’s Top 2,000 chart. Having toured with Jordan Feliz and led worship at festivals across the country, the band is known for their powerful sound and engaging worship. For 2019, they will be releasing new music and creative content each month, including their More Than Music podcast. For more information, check out forallseasonsmusic.com.

 

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