From Nashville to China, to Europe, India, and beyond, the sounds of NEW DAY -- the highly anticipated album release from Difference United (D.U.) - are resonating to the far corners of the earth. The group's live shows, radio singles, and TV performances have captivated millions, gaining acclaim from music critics and audiences alike across the globe.
Difference United has broken established conventions by creating a unique performance format, which no longer preaches to the proverbial choir of its established Christian base, but rather, reaches out to a universal secular audience with a message of hope. This message has found its voice in lead vocalist Rebecca Wade, whose dynamic vocals shine in the group's latest album release. D.U. follows the roads less traveled, which often leads them to formats and locations often ignored by the conventional Christian music industry. There is an excitement in the music of D.U. that crosses international and religious boundaries, bringing people together from all walks of life.
At a recent press conference the band's founder, Aaron Lee Miller, was asked what specifically he felt was drawing people to the music of Difference United. "Ultimately, I believe it goes much deeper than just the music in the sense of entertainment... I truly believe that people are hungry for meaning, purpose, and a fulfilled destiny. I also believe that listeners are drawn to the message of hope that can be found throughout our music and within the lyrics of each song. Our songs are about real life... our personal struggles, our moments of joy, of failure, and our firm belief in a higher calling."
In a world filled with hopelessness and desperation, Difference United is striving to rally people together towards a greater good through music. Their message is clear. Today is a New Day in Christ.