Unspoken  Artist Profile | Biography And Discography | NewReleaseToday



Artist Links

  • Official Website
  • Facebook Website
  • Label Website

    Music Videos
  • "Broken Man (Acoustic)" from Unplugged
    Views 119 Views | Comments 0 Comments
  • "Bury The Workman" from Unspoken
    Views 85 Views | Comments 0 Comments
  • "Call It Grace" from Unspoken
    Views 569 Views | Comments 0 Comments
  • "Call It Grace (Acoustic)" from Unplugged
    Views 102 Views | Comments 0 Comments
  • "Everything" from Unspoken
    Views 98 Views | Comments 0 Comments
  • "Good Fight" from Unspoken
    Views 2579 Views | Comments 0 Comments
  • "Good Fight (Acoustic)" from Unplugged
    Views 108 Views | Comments 0 Comments
  • "Higher" from Follow Through (Deluxe Edition)
    Views 2383 Views | Comments 0 Comments
  • "In Your Hands" from Unspoken
    Views 106 Views | Comments 0 Comments
  • "Just Give Me Jesus" from Just Give Me Jesus (Single)
    Views 147 Views | Comments 0 Comments
  • "Just to Get to Me" from Get to Me EP
    Views 103 Views | Comments 0 Comments
  • "Life in the Death of Me" from Follow Through (Deluxe Edition)
    Views 426 Views | Comments 0 Comments
  • "Lift My Life Up" from Unspoken
    Views 110 Views | Comments 0 Comments
  • "Lost" from Get to Me EP
    Views 114 Views | Comments 0 Comments
  • "Miracle" from Follow Through (Deluxe Edition)
    Views 453 Views | Comments 0 Comments
  • "My Recovery" from Unspoken
    Views 88 Views | Comments 0 Comments
  • "Open The Clouds" from Follow Through (Deluxe Edition)
    Views 475 Views | Comments 0 Comments
  • "Real Thing" from Unspoken
    Views 103 Views | Comments 0 Comments
  • "Run to You" from Get to Me EP
    Views 120 Views | Comments 0 Comments
  • "Start A Fire" from Unspoken
    Views 719 Views | Comments 0 Comments
  • "Start a Fire (Acoustic)" from Unplugged
    Views 142 Views | Comments 0 Comments
  • "Tell Somebody (Acoustic)" from Unplugged
    Views 110 Views | Comments 0 Comments
  • "The Cure" from Follow Through (Deluxe Edition)
    Views 1296 Views | Comments 0 Comments
  • "Tomorrow" from Unspoken
    Views 114 Views | Comments 0 Comments
  • "Walking Away" from Unspoken
    Views 105 Views | Comments 0 Comments
  • "Who You Are" from Unspoken
    Views 105 Views | Comments 0 Comments
  • "Who You Are (Acoustic)" from Unplugged
    Views 100 Views | Comments 0 Comments
  • "You've Got Love for Me" from Get to Me EP
    Views 71 Views | Comments 0 Comments

    Latest News
    Plumb and Unspoken Unite for 'We Are One' Co-Headlining Tour
    (Friday, July 13, 2018)
    Citizen Way Makes a Splash with New Song 'WaveWalker' Featuring MercyMe's Bart Millard
    (Friday, March 16, 2018)
    Unspoken Announces Departure of Guitarist Michael Gomez
    (Tuesday, January 16, 2018)
    Unspoken and Bethany Cruz Collaborate on Christmas Recording
    (Saturday, December 09, 2017)
    Centricity Music Artists Release Christmas Singles
    (Monday, November 20, 2017)
    Multi-Artist Compilation Album Celebrates Beloved Devotional 'My Utmost For His Highest'
    (Tuesday, September 26, 2017)
    MercyMe Announces East Coast Trek of 'Lifer Tour' This October
    (Thursday, June 01, 2017)
    Casting Crowns Completes Most Attended Tour Since 2008
    (Wednesday, May 10, 2017)
    Generation Exodus Foundation Announces Sold-Out Pittsburgh Tour Date for Casting Crowns
    (Tuesday, February 28, 2017)
    Casting Crowns Announces Spring Leg Of 'The Very Next Thing' Tour
    (Friday, November 18, 2016)
    Unspoken To Release New Album 'Follow Through' August 26th
    (Thursday, June 30, 2016)
    K-LOVE Fan Awards Nominees Announced
    (Tuesday, May 10, 2016)
    Lecrae Performs With Tori Kelly
    (Friday, June 19, 2015)
    Unspoken Announces Acoustic EP
    (Tuesday, April 28, 2015)
    Pop/Rock Band Unspoken to Release Unplugged April 28th
    (Thursday, April 23, 2015)
    Ellie Holcomb Expecting Second Child
    (Friday, February 27, 2015)
    Plumb Wraps Recording on Exhale, Set to Release May 5
    (Tuesday, February 17, 2015)
    All Sons & Daughters Adds Tim Timmons to Three Nights of "A Night of Worship and Conversation" Tour
    (Thursday, February 05, 2015)
    NEEDTOBREATHE Releases Single Featuring Gavin DeGraw
    (Wednesday, January 28, 2015)
    Skillet and for KING & COUNTRY Share the Stage to Melt Faces as WinterJam Launches
    (Wednesday, January 07, 2015)
    Centricity Music Delivers a Record-Breaking Year
    (Thursday, December 11, 2014)
    Unspoken Single "Start A Fire" Reaches No. 1 On AC Charts
    (Thursday, September 18, 2014)
    Laura Story Expecting... Twins!
    (Monday, March 24, 2014)
    Views 20990 Views | Comments 23 Comments [edit]
    #146 Become A Fan Leave A Comment
    Artist Ranking
    Top 20 | All Artists
    A Fan
    A Comment

    When you ask the guys in Unspoken what it is that their audiences most connect with, they’ll bring it down to a single word. It’s a word that doesn’t have much to do with the unapologetically soulful pop sound they’ve built of skilled musicianship, adventurous production and complex vocal harmonies. It has little to do with the international influences of the band (guitarist Mike Gomez hails from Dominican Republic and drummer Ariel Munoz from Puerto Rico). It isn’t a quality that’s anchored in the success of their first Centricity Music album which sold more than 100,000 physical copies and spawned four top ten singles and a number one as well. And it’s not even a byproduct of their recent success as a headlining act, or their pick for a slot (alongside David Crowder and Steven Curtis Chapman) on the 2016 K-Love Christmas Tour.

    The strong bond that seems to turn Unspoken listeners into fans as it turns out, isn’t primarily about the music at all.Instead it’s about their willingness to take the stage together night after night and to put their hearts and lives on display with a raw and engaging honesty. In a word, the band says, the connection is about transparency.

    “People just relate better to somebody who has been broken and redeemed,” Mike Gomez notes, “than to someone who pretends to have it all together. What we say from the stage and what we say in our songs, they’re not stories from somebody we heard about. Our songs are written out of places we’ve been and places we are.”

    With the release of Follow Through, Unspoken’s second full-length project for Centricity Music, the band seems to have found a place of new freedom to push the boundaries of their trademark sound, mixing in horns and electronic elements in fresh ways without altering the core of their musical identity. Tag-team produced by Seth Mosely (2014 SESAC Christian Songwriter of the Year), Tedd T. (For King & Country, Mute Math) and Chris Stephens (Toby Mac, Michael W. Smith), Follow Through picks up where the last record left off, blending hip hop, soul, pop and folk influences to tell the story of the season of life the band members have found themselves in over the last couple of years.

    “These new songs came out of a different place from the last record,” Chad explains. “In the past there was so much uncertainty and struggle in our lives that was reflected in our songwriting. Now we’re writing songs that are really gratitude-driven. This new record is joyful and uplifting as opposed to being born out of the grind and the struggle. We’re just grateful for where we are now, for where God has brought us on this journey.”

    “There’s a lot more praise and thanksgiving on this record,” Jon Lowry, the band’s bass player, agrees. “When we wrote the last record we were all literally living below the poverty line. We’d been doing that for years. We were leaving our families every weekend to play music and working odd jobs when we were home to try to make ends meet. Life was such an immediate struggle. But with the success of our last record, for the first time we were able to just focus on the music without having to worry about the electricity being turned off. That change in our lives as a band is an answer to prayers we’ve been praying for the last decade. We’re all in awe of what God has done, and that gratitude is present all over the record.”

    The project’s first single, Higher, is one of the most direct expressions of that joyful gratitude. A soulful celebration that the band collaboratively wrote around an inspiring horn riff, Higher ends up being a very unconventional praise song.

    “Through all of our ups and downs one thing has never changed,” Chad says. “God is worthy of our praise and we’re constantly going to use our talents and our platform to lift Him higher. We were a little surprised when Higher got picked as a radio single, but we’re glad it did. Sometimes the thing you think makes something too different for pop radio—in this case the Chicago-style horn section—actually turns out to be the thing that sets it apart just enough to make people sit up and take notice.”

    While much of Follow Through contains that celebrative edge, it still draws from the grittier roots of personal experience. The straight-up-pop cut The Cure was inspired by Chad’s firsthand knowledge of what it means to be broken and seeking a remedy. “We live in a messed up world,” he says. “I came out of the drug culture. From what I can tell it’s even worse now than it was when I was in it. We’re all looking for some kind of answers, some kind of fulfillment. That’s been the state of humanity for thousands of years. But the good news is, there’s something to fill that hunger. There’s something to heal that pain. There is a cure and it’s Jesus.”

    A third standout song (and a band favorite) on the new project tells Chad’s story of personal redemption more directly. Life In The Death Of Me is an autobiographical, soulful, hooky, hip-hop-influenced cut that showcases the skilled musical versatilities of Unspoken.

    “Life in the Death of Me” tells the hard story of where Chad was,” Mike explains, “and how once he was raised out of those baptismal waters he found life in the death of everything else that he let go. That hit me so straight because I believe that is the gospel. We lose our lives to follow Christ, but in him we find real life.”

    A band favorite—especially when they’re playing it live—is the down-and-dirty, forward-leaning slow-groove track, Good To Me. “This song was an absolute blast to create,” Jon says. “We wrote and recorded a lot of it in the back lounge of our bus while we were touring.  I love the groove between the bass and the drums and I actually got to use all the music theory I studied back in college to figure out where I wanted to go with the bridge progression. For the musician in me, it’s probably the most satisfying song on the record.”

    After a dozen years of hardscrabble touring, music and ministry, the members of Unspoken find themselves in this new season taking stock of where they are in light of where they’ve been and where they’d like to one day be. The title track itself, Follow Through, was written as a prayerful plea for the grace, strength and leading to continue the journey, and to one day get from here to there.

    “We often talk about how it’s easier to start something than to finish it,” Mike says. “I think we’re all at a place of saying ‘Lord we want to follow through with our side of the deal. We know we’re covered by grace so it’s not about earning our salvation or God’s love. It’s about how we want to be faithful to you and continue our calling. We don’t want to start something and leave it halfway.”

    “We’re happy to be in this new place in our careers,” Jon adds, “but when you finally receive something you’ve been longing for, it never quite fulfills in the way you think it will. Ultimately our satisfaction and fulfillment can only be found in surrender to Christ and we see that now more clearly than ever. Follow Through as an album and a song title expresses the desire of our hearts to make good on the commitments we’ve made to God, to our families, and to everyone else.  It’s about learning to live in contentment and faithfulness in whatever situation God places us in.”

    “I had felt burned out for a while,” Chad admits, “like I didn’t have anything left to give. The whole process of the last few years had just worn me down. I feel like this record was kind of a resurrection. And with the title track being Follow Through, the theme of finishing as strong as we did in the beginning, has emerged. We’ve found our second wind and now we’re feeling just as much passion and purpose as we did a decade ago before any of us had families, when it was just a bunch of guys traveling cross-country in a beat up Cadillac, serving people, not worrying about the money or bills or anything; just making music and doing ministry. I think this new album represents a fresh beginning for us spiritually and musically.”

    Entry lasted edited by AllRelated-Paul on 10.31.17
    Return To Artist Database

    Twitter Updates
    Try and tell me this woman ain’t a Super Mom! She’s kind, gentle,… https://t.co/5RRAhtHdUF
    Posted by @unspokenmusic on 05.14.18 | View Tweet
    Making music!! So fun and wonderful to be able to share our Great… https://t.co/7jmJ5VqxlM
    Posted by @unspokenmusic on 05.10.18 | View Tweet
    #safekids https://t.co/PzHDgMe1QD
    Posted by @unspokenmusic on 05.05.18 | View Tweet
    Kicking off the last weekend of this tour y’all! We have had some very… https://t.co/WzCXqfR7zS
    Posted by @unspokenmusic on 05.03.18 | View Tweet
    Please join me and wishing my Darling Schweetie the most happiest birthday Ever! She turns 8… https://t.co/gObYtUqhPu
    Posted by @unspokenmusic on 04.30.18 | View Tweet

    Latest NRTeam Fans
    Unspoken Has 91 Fans | View All | Become A Fan


    NRTeam Artist Comments (23)
    Add Your Review    Join The NRTeam

    belisbud (93)
    Upbeat beauty | Posted April 29, 2014
    Beautiful and unique vocals, upbeat music, and creative lyrics. Looking forward to hearing more :^)

    Comments(0)  |  Add Comment

    shanishka (92)
    Song | Posted April 28, 2014
    Love the song "Start a Fire"!

    Comments(1)  |  Add Comment
    Love It | Posted April 24, 2014
    your music is blessed and very heart touching

    Comments(0)  |  Add Comment

    Hanna (33)
    AWESOME | Posted April 23, 2014
    Unspoken you are sooo blessed, your music is blessed and very heart touching. i would love to do a song with them someday, because i sing too. blessings

    Comments(0)  |  Add Comment
    Fan from the start | Posted April 21, 2014
    I can honestly say that I've loved these guys since I first heard their EP over a year ago. LOVE the full album!

    Comments(0)  |  Add Comment

    agbozo1 (52)
    Good stuff | Posted April 14, 2014
    Good stuff

    Comments(0)  |  Add Comment

    edwardtay (45)
    Awesome songs | Posted April 12, 2014
    keep it up guys!

    Comments(0)  |  Add Comment
    Start a Fire....WOW! | Posted April 08, 2014
    Love the song "Start a Fire"! One of my new favs from this band!

    Comments(1)  |  Add Comment
    :D | Posted April 08, 2014

    Comments(0)  |  Add Comment
    Concert | Posted April 07, 2014
    I hope to see you guys in concert sometime.

    Comments(1)  |  Add Comment
      Showing comments 1 through 10 of 23 | View Next 10 Comments

    Christian Music, Facebook Christian Music, Twitter Christian Music, Google Christian Music, YouTube Christian Music, Instagram


    Christian Music

    ©2018 NewReleaseToday
    A Division Of NRT Media Inc.


    New This Week
    Coming Soon
    Free Downloads




    New Music
    Movies / Media


    Music Videos
    #NRTLive Hangouts


    Concert Reviews
    We Love Awards

    replique montre
    Jam The Hype



    Privacy Policy
    Terms of Use
    New Music Email