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The Ember Days posted a blog responding to a fan question asking why they were trying to raise $50k for their new project. Read the full thing here. The group still has 3 days left on their Kickstarter with just under $35k to go.
The Ember Days have begun a Kickstarter campaign to fund their new album. Not only that they also plan to create visuals that will be played on live dates. Check out the promo below. They are trying to raise $50k and are just about 10% of the way there with 20 days to go.
The Ember Days to Release Live EP. NASHVILLE, TN – March 25, 2014 – The Ember Days just announced they are now taking pre-orders for the April 29th release of the The Ember Days Live. The five-track EP, recorded at Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry in Redding, California, showcases the band’s melodic sound while capturing the passion of a live worshiping crowd. It is The Ember Days at their best. Watch a live song below and read the rest of the press release.
Up-and-comers The Walking Tree and Least of These deliver an evening of passionate indie rock on the Instruments of Change Tour. Read on for a full review.
The Ember Days have released their latest album ‘More Than You Think’ on Come & Live Records. Check out the review one of the standout indie worship albums this year.
The Ember Days are prepping for the release of their new album which is finished now. The band have already posted their first “preview” video which you can watch below. Look for another Video tomorrow. You can preorder the new album “More Than You Think” right here. The album will release on January 29th.
***Update: 6 hours & $3500 to go.*** Help The Ember Days make their best record yet. Support them on kickstarter here and watch the video below.
A brief description of the events of Tuesday and Wednesday at Cornerstone Festival 2011
On this latest release these New Zealand worshippers sound like Explosions In The Sky infused with a bit of Jesus, complete with those constant, dripping, echoing guitar riffs and those soothing build-ups fueled by those rat-a-tat snare rhythms and lazy cymbal rolls.