High-Energy Rock Band Remedy Drive Signs With Centricity Music

New Album To Be Released Fall 2012

Centricity Music announced today that the label has signed the Nashville-based rock group, Remedy Drive. The band is currently in the studio recording the new album, which is being produced by Peter Kipley (MercyMe, Kutless, The Afters), and is scheduled to release fall 2012.   It features eleven new songs written or co-written by David Zach, lead vocalist and guitarist/keyboardist for Remedy Drive.

“We are so happy to sign with Centricity Records,” says Zach, “Everyone we’ve met at the company really believes in the band and there is an excitement about this next chapter for Remedy Drive. The band loves the collaborative atmosphere at Centricity and how supportive the label is with the artists’ music ministries.”

“We are excited to be working with David and Remedy Drive,” says Caren Seidle, General Manager, Centricity Music.  “The energy they bring through their live shows, number of days on the road, work ethic, and the impact their music has on people was attractive to us. All of us at Centricity are thrilled to be able to support the band and ministry of Remedy Drive.”

Once the new album is completed, Remedy Drive will begin touring again in March and has a full tour schedule through summer.  For updates on the band please visit www.remedydrive.com.

About Remedy Drive

Remedy Drive began in 1998, releasing six independent projects before signing with Word Records in early 2008.  In August of that year, the band released their first major label album, Daylight Is Coming that received a 2009 Dove nomination for Rock/Contemporary Album of the Year.  The first single from the CD, “Daylight,” was voted the #1 music video of 2008 for the TVU Network.  The third single, “All Along,” shot to #1 on the CHR chart for seven weeks and reached Top Ten on the AC chart.  In late 2010, the contract with Word ended and three of the four brothers decided to leave Remedy Drive.  Frontman David Zach re-organized the group with Timmy Jones (drums/background vocals), Corey Horn (bass/background vocals), and Dave Mohr (guitar/background vocals) and released a new five-song EP, “Light Makes A Way.” The band stays active on the touring circuit with 150-200 dates a year and is known for their energetic and dynamic live shows.

About Centricity Music

Centricity Music is an independent recording and publishing company based in Bellevue, Washington and Nashville, Tennessee.  The company’s mission is to enable our artists to create life-changing experiences for the world. Centricity Music’s artist roster includes, Aaron Shust, Andrew Peterson, Downhere, Jaime Jamgochian, Jason Gray, Me In Motion, Remedy Drive, and Sixteen Cities.  For more information about Centricity Music visit online at www.centricitymusic.com.

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