Christian music folk/pop tastemakers Jenny & Tyler are set to offer a special edition of their critically acclaimed 2018 release, There Will Be A Song, beginning January 18 on NoiseTrade. The project--which CCMMagazine.com hails as "a breath of musical fresh air"--was produced by Tyler Somers and explores themes of justice, love and beauty.
The NoiseTrade download of There Will Be Song features 12 tracks mastered for iTunes, as well as liner notes, album credits, behind-the-song commentary and lyrics.
"Our partnership with NoiseTrade has been invaluable," said Tyler Somers. "I wish we could tell you how many times people have told us they discovered us there--more than any other place. Writing and recording There Will Be A Song was a labor of love for us, so we're excited to make it available on NoiseTrade. We hope many others will find a special connection with these songs as well."
Highlights of the NoiseTrade There Will Be A Song release include album opener "Who I'm Not," an emphatic plea for both temporal and spiritual authenticity; "Lesser god," an exploration of human nature versus self-denial, featuring acclaimed folk singer/songwriter Adam Agin; and the anthemic "O Freedom (There Will Be A Song)," showcasing Togo, Africa-born singer/songwriter NoMaD. The project also includes the deeply personal "Wrote Us A Story," "I'm Sorry," "A Boy & A Girl (We're Getting Older)" and "I'm Gonna Love You To The End," songs affirming the couple's commitment to each other while collectively depicting the triumphs and challenges of marriage, family and vocation.
Jenny & Tyler have toured with such artists as Sara Groves and Audrey Assad; were spotlighted on Andrew Peterson's popular "Behold The Lamb Of God" Christmas Tour in 2016; and their songs "As Long As Our Hearts Are Beating" and "This Is Just So Beautiful" were featured on the hit television series "Pretty Little Liars." Along with two EPs and a full-length Christmas album, Jenny & Tyler have released multiple critically-lauded studio recordings, including 2010's groundbreaking Faint Not, as well as Open Your Doors (2012) and Of This I'm Sure (2015). The couple regularly performs around the country at colleges, churches, homes and festivals. Jenny & Tyler support the work of International Justice Mission (IJM) to fight human trafficking.
NoiseTrade is an online music and book distribution platform based in Nashville, Tennessee. Helping artists and labels meaningfully connect with fans, NoiseTrade enables users to upload their originally-created music and books for free giveaway without digital rights management to anyone who provides at least an email address and zip code.