HAWK NELSON CREATES HUGE WAVES AT RADIO WITH DEBUT SINGLE “WORDS”
MUSIC VIDEO FOR “WORDS” FEATURED AT KLOVE.COM THIS WEEK
SINGLE CLIMBS iTUNES CHRISTIAN AND GOSPEL CHART
Hawk Nelson is making a huge impact at radio with their new single “Words” from their upcoming April 2 release Made. The single can currently be heard on more than 40 AC radio stations as well as 15 CHR stations. After only three weeks at radio, “Words” is already charting in the Top 20s on AC Monitored, Indicator, CHR and the National Christian Audience Charts.
This week KLOVE is featuring Hawk Nelson and their music video for the impactful single. The video was produced by Bilby Films / Laura Bethea and directed by Joel Banta. “Words” was written by new frontman Jon Steingard, Matt Hammitt (Sanctus Real) and the album’s producer Seth Mosley. It also features vocals by label-mate Bart Millard (MercyMe). Click on the image below or here to watch the music video.
Last week the single not only climbed the radio charts, but it debuted on the iTunes chart as it released. “Words” peaked at No. 2 on the Christian and Gospel single chart. Click here to get the single.
Made will mark Hawk Nelson’s sixth studio album and first album on Fair Trade Services. The band will also be heading out on their headlining tour this spring.
Hawk Nelson is Jonathan Steingard (vocals, guitar), Daniel Biro (bass), and Justin Benner (drums).
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