Southbound Fearing to Release Bad Dreams And Melodies October 9th, Lead Single Rising Up Christian Rock Charts

Christian rockers Southbound Fearing is set to release their sophomore effort, entitledBad Dreams And Melodies, on Red Cord Records October 9th. The album will be the follow-up to last year’s debut self-titled full length which featured two top twenty singles on the Billboard Christian Rock radio chart in the form of “Irresistible” (peaked at #6) and “Fighting Words” (peaked at #9). The success of the self-titled album and those two singles has carried over to Bad Dreams And Melodies’ lead single “The Love That Never Fails.” The track serves as the album opener and currently sits at #12 on the Billboard Christian Rock radio chart but continues to rise up the charts. The music video for the single may be seen at

In the last year Southbound Fearing has played over 130 dates, including 45 dates supporting Seventh Day Slumber on their “Small Town America Tour.” The band will continue hitting the road as they headline the “Bad Dreams And Melodies Tour” with support coming from Embers In Ashes and Silversyde. The tour dates are as follows


(with Embers In Ashes and Silversyde)

October 5th: Coldwater MI

October 6th: Toledo OH

October 8th: Fairmont, WV

October 9th: Mount Airy, NC

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



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