Embers In Ashes Single “Then You Came” Charts on Billboard’s Christian Rock , Touring Now With Southbound Fearing

Embers In Ashes current single “Then You Came,” off of their Red Cord Records debut entitled Outsiders, has debuted at #16 on Billboard’s Christian Rock chart and is expected to continue to rise. This follows the trend that began when their independent single, “This Change,” which peaked at #32 last year. In promotion of Outsiders, the band has gone out on The Classic Crime’s “Kickstartour,” their own headliner run, and is currently on the “Bad Dreams & Melodies Tour” with Southbound Fearing and Silversyde. The remaining tour dates are as follows

BAD DREAMS AND MELODIES TOUR

(with Southbound Fearing and Silversyde)

October 11th: Winterville, NC

October 12th: Salsbury SC

October 14th: Lehigh Acres, FL

October 19th: Key West FL

October 20th: Miami, FL

October 21st: Punta Gorda, FL

October 23rd: Tuscaloosa, AL

October 24th: Deville, LA

October 25th: North Little Rock, AR

October 26th: Cabot, AR

October 31st: Aurora, MO

November 2nd: Paris TX

November 3rd: Roby, TX

November 4th: Corpus Christi, TX

November 5th: El Paso, TX

November 7th: Roswell NM

November 9th: Phoenix AZ

November 10th Safford AZ

November 14th Redmond OR

November 15th Twin Falls ID

November 19th Grand Island, NE

November 20th Des Moines, IA

LINKS

http://www.embersinashes.com/

http://www.facebook.com/embersinashes

http://www.twitter.com/embersinashes

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