Come&Live! just announced the upcoming release of The Ember Days’ Finger Painting EP. The five track record will be available as a free download on August 31st at www.comeandlive.com. Copies of the album are now being distributed for review by media outlets. In addition, interviews and show reviews are being scheduled.

At the heart of The Ember Days is a zeal for communion – a zeal for communion between the created and its Creator. In light of the oftentimes tacky and inwardly focused music created for Christians, The Ember Days uses authentic and quality musicianship. “We want to just write sincere and honest worship,” Jason says. “We strive to write music that is inspiring. And not just for the church, but music that even someone who isn’t a Christian can listen to, find beauty in, and enjoy,” he continues. “We desire to see unity in the body of Christ, and we see worship as a great tool for unity. Churches of all denominations seem to agree that God deserves glory, and that is a great thing!”

They have held true to these principles with the Finger Painting EP. It brings more of Janell’s beautiful vocals and a whole lot more of the band’s captivating and pulsating instrumentals. “These new songs are a great representation of who we are,” Jason shares. “This EP captures how we play live. There’s a lot of instrumental parts. It’s great music to just sit down with and open your Bible.”

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