Currents Releases BridgeWay/Red Cord Debut Spirit And Truth Today, New Single “Spirit” Also Released

Houston’s Christian hardcore outfit Currents has just released their BridgeWay Entertainment debut album entitled Spirit And Truth in stores and on iTunes. The band has also released their newest single, “Spirit,” which can be heard on YouTube and found on the debut album. BridgeWay Entertainment is the development division of Red Cord Records that is committed to raising up young, aspiring, Spirit Filled artists. Spirit And Truth is the follow-up to January’s self-released EP The King, which is available for free via Bandcamp, and came about after a week of secluded writing and two weeks of recording at Red Cord Studio.

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