First single from second full-length album due out early 2018
Posted: October 20, 2017, 5:00 PM | Category:New Releases Artist Tags: Jordan Feliz Source: Staff Reports CL / Centricity Music
Last week Centricity Music artist Jordan Feliz released his brand new song "Witness," the first single from his highly-anticipated second full-length record due out March 2018. Feliz wrote the new track with his frequent co-writers Colby Wedgeworth and Paul Duncan, who both also collaborated with Feliz on his hit single "The River." Click here to check out the song on YouTube and here to stream/purchase it on your favorite music service.
"I CANT BELIEVE IT'S HERE! So beyond excited to share my new single "Witness" with y'all! This song is about the fact that everyday we go through things like stress, fear, anxiety .. yet we also deal with joy, blessings, happiness! BUT the beautiful thing we have as believers is the promise of Gods sovereignty over everything. His love, grace & mercy never ceases. That's truly what "Witness" is about! Coming together as a community, as a church & proclaiming God hand over everything in our lives!!!! SO, Can I get a WITNESS?!" the "Never Too Far Gone" singer shared via social media.
"Choosing "Witness" as the first single just came down to what we really want to say first-thing for this new record," Feliz says. "I want every record to represent a season in my life, because we're all going through things and my prayer is we can resonate together. "Witness" is about how God is creating miracles in our lives every single day, but oftentimes we don't see a lot of it. This song is a way to acknowledge that and put Him on the pedestal and throne where He belongs."
The release of "Witness" was a bright ending to a hard week for Feliz and crew, whose tour bus got in a minor accident last week. Though thankfully no one was hurt, it was a scary experience. "Last night at 2:30am my band guys and the crew for the All In Tour woke up to our bus crashing. Everyone is safe. Praising God for having his hand over the bus. I think everyone is a little shaken, even me and I wasn't even on the bus cause the family and I are driving up separately. But y'all, this is proof of how much the enemy tries to destroy what we do. I am sitting here typing this just thanking Jesus for his sovereignty over every situation, even when it's hard to figure out the why of everything," Jordan shared a few days ago.
Catch Jordan on the road this fall on the All In Tour with Matthew West and on Winter Jam next year by finding dates and tickets at his website here. You can also follow him on social media here for continued updates.