United Republic Records / AMA Label Group and Jeff Anderson proudly announce the Release of A Thousand Tongues, the new EP from the future full length.
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A Thousand Tongues is a peek at the great new praise and worship direction that Jeff Anderson has undertaken. Full of haunting melodies and uplifting anthems, this
is a soundtrack for soothing the soul.

Formerly on Gotee Records, Jeff Anderson previously charted with the contemporary Christian hit, Open My Eyes, from his album Seamless.

The EP will be is currently available through http://Breezefire.com and will be available through Itunes and Amazon on July 5th, 2011.

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