Extended Power Album Features New Song, “Image Of God”
Nashville, Tenn. (September 11, 2020) — Curb | Word Entertainment’s Dove Award-nominated and K-LOVE Fan Award-winning act We Are Messengers amps up the strength of their sophomore project with Power +, dropping today (9/11) across all digital service providers. An extension of the band’s Power LP, which released in January, Power + includes the full Power track listing, plus one new song, “Image Of God.” Like its predecessor, Power + features original cover art by local Nashville portrait artist and painter Sydney Clawson. Listen to the new extended album HERE.
New track, “Image Of God,” is a timely addition to the Power + set. Nashville Life Music backs up We Are Messengers front man Darren Mulligan on the emotional track, which is slated as the band’s next radio single. “These are challenging times where we need unity, hope, empathy and love,” Mulligan shares of the message behind the song. “‘Image Of God’ is a song to unite us, reminding us that every single person is created wonderfully in God’s image, and as such, is invaluable and fully worthy of our time, respect, love and honor.”
The original 12 tracks on Power were conceived two years ago with Mulligan and We Are Messengers guitarist Kyle Williams self-producing and co-writing a majority of the tracks and crafting the project entirely on the road. In addition to future hit “Image Of God,” Power + includes Top 5 singles “Maybe It’s Ok,” “Power” and “Love,” which recently became We Are Messengers’ ninth Top 10 Billboard airplay entry.
Stream or purchase Power + HERE. For more info, visit www.wearemessengersmusic.com.
Power + Track Listing:
- Never Change Your Mind
- Maybe It’s Ok
- Never Stop Singing
- I Need To Feel It
- Knock Me Down
- Always You
- Come See (Glory Hallelujah)
- Bonus Track: Power (Acoustic Remix)
- Bonus Track: Maybe It’s Ok (feat. Steven Malcolm) [Neon Feather Remix]
- Image Of God
About We Are Messengers:
We Are Messengers—Darren Mulligan (lead vocals), Kyle Williams (guitar), Drew Kerxton (drums) and Raul Aguilar (bass)—has amassed over 139 million + on-demand streams, surpassed 1.8 billion radio impressions, played for a live audience of 2 million + and accrued three Top 5 and nine Top 10 Billboard Christian Airplay hits with “Power,” “Maybe It’s Ok,” “Magnify,” “Point To You,” “Love,” “Everything Comes Alive,” “God With Us,” “This is Jesus” and “From Heaven To Earth (Joy To The World).” The band’s recent album, Power, which released on January 31, 2020, features the award-winning self-acceptance anthem “Maybe It’s Ok,” which has been hailed as “air to a drowning man” by Rawckus Magazine, and “potent, effective and liberating” by Arianna Huffington’s Thrive Global. In 2019 alone, We Are Messengers played for more than half a million people across 40 states and 5 countries, including selling out shows in the Netherlands, England, and Darren’s native Ireland. The Dove-nominated and K-LOVE award-winning group joined TobyMac’s Hits Deep Tour in January 2020. A composition by guitarist Kyle Williams won its episode of NBC’s Songland (July 2019) and was subsequently recorded and released by global chart-topper Aloe Blacc. The song also earned placement in the feature film, Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw, starring Dwayne Johnson. The band will release their new song, “Image Of God,” on September 11, 2020 as part of Power +, the extension to the album Power. For additional information on We Are Messengers, visit www.wearemessengersmusic.com.
About Curb | Word Entertainment:
In 2016, Curb Records acquired Word Entertainment, combining two of the music industry’s most respected brands, and more than a century of collective experience. Today, Curb and Word are two of the world’s leading independent music companies. Owned and operated by Mike Curb, the Curb | Word family includes the labels Curb, Word, Squint, Fervent, Sidewalk, and IVAV, as well as Curb Publishing, Word Publishing, 25 Live, Curb Films, Word Films, Word Entertainment, and Curb Sports, representing top artists and entertainers in Country, Christian, Pop, Rock, and Hip-Hop.