The Florida quartet that brought fans the radio singles "New Man" and "Washed Over Me" are thrilled to celebrate the holiday season with a special digital release of their self-titled debut.
All Things New Christmas Edition will release digitally on November 25 featuring the entire debut album in addition to three Christmas tunes ("He Has Come," "Go Tell It On The Mountain," "Why Can't It Be Christmastime All Year"). Earlier this year, All Things New released their full-length debut on BEC Recordings.
"All of us in All Things New love Christmas so much that we have already started blasting Christmas songs to get in the holiday spirit," shares frontman Garrett Hornbuckle. "We are so excited for this Christmas especially because it's the first time we have ever released Christmas music! Can't wait for everyone to hear these songs."
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Basically, this is the same Album All Things New released not too long ago, but with two or three Christmas songs. I personally get peeved at artists or bands when they release a deluxe edition instead of a full lenght project when a full length project is due, but that's just me. This is a great album if you don't already have it. The songs are wonderful and the two or three Christmas songs are good, but if you have the album already then don't spend money on the songs you already have unless you really like their music and want to give your other cd to someone and keep this one.
All Things New: Christmas Edition| Posted November 24, 2013
You really should buy the album, All Things New: Christmas Editionby All Things New. These worshippers will make you praise with their songs. And you really need to listen to their music. Let's adore Him!
Sometimes it's difficult to believe how much depth and clarity a young mind can have. These four young men have made their mark--musically, lyrically, spiritually. At all points this album is excellent. The addition of the original Christmas town is like adding icing to a great cake. Hard to believe a band this excellent and tight has only been together for about five years. If you are reading this and have not heard the album, you owe yourself that treat.