Frontman Adam gets personal about season of drug addiction and depression
Posted: October 14, 2016, 12:00 AM | Category:New Releases Artist Tags: About A Mile Source: Hoganson Media / Staff Reports CL
About A Mile's frontman Adam Klutinoty is getting very real and personal, revealing for the first time his bout with drug addiction, lust and more, and how he has received healing and has learned to 'trust God all the way.' In the video below, Adam talks about these things and how they all led to the band's full-length sophomore album, Trust You All The Way, releasing globally Oct. 28 from Radiate Music, and the tour of the same name which launches tonight (October 14) in Bluefield, WV before traversing the country through late November.
"We have an amazing message to share with people. So much has happened in my heart recently in the past year. I've been set free from a debilitating illness that I suffered with for four and a half years - it's gone. Also, even more important to me, a drug addiction nobody knew about is gone. A lust addiction nobody knew about is gone. Bitterness towards God and depression to the extreme is completely out of my heart. I've been set free from so much, it's important to us to go out on the road and see other people be truly set free in Christ," Adam says in the video.
The brothers are so excited about this new project that they want as many people as possible to hear it. As the band begins its "Trust You All The Way Tour," every concert will be open to anyone to attend. Only a freewill offering will be taken at events. "We're going out and playing for free, trusting God to provide," Adam says. "We believe He wants to sustain us throughout this tour, and we want to give all the glory to Him."
Catch up with About A Mile on their website or social media as they get ready to release Trust You All The Way and click here to pre-order the album.