|FFH TO RELEASE NEW POP STUDIO ALBUM VOICE FROM HOME DEC 27, 2005
14 November 2005
Christian recording artist FFH will release its sixth studio album Voice From Home on Essential Records Dec. 27, 2005. The project features original pop songs with a cohesive theme of God speaking to His people. This theme comes from the mentorship of FFH frontman Jeromy Deibler by pastor and author Rich Stevenson through which the close-knit band drew inspiration.
Stevenson’s book, titled “A Voice From Home,” (Waterbrook Press, Sept. 2005) evoked conversation with Deibler, and further discussion with all member of FFH. Deibler and his band mates then wrote songs they describe as the other side of worship. Rather than writing songs to God, FFH wrote songs from God in words of encouragement, hope and love as expressed through biblical scriptures.
“Every song on the album is routed in scripture, but it’s designed so you can listen to the Father’s voice in common everyday language,” says Deibler. “The songs on the album are in first person; it’s God talking to his people.”
FFH plans to tour with Stevenson holding church events that feature scriptural teachings from Stevenson’s book with music from Voice From Home. FFH has garnered seven No. 1 radio singles including “Still The Cross” and seven GMA Music Award nominations since their debut in 1998.
For more information, please visit www.ffh.net, www.avoicefromhome.com and www.essentialrecords.com.
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