Silverline Reveal Album Cover Art And Track Listing For Their Highly Anticipated Album, ‘Lights Out’ .


Silverline will release their third studio album, Lights Out, April 9th via DREAM Records.  We are proud to present the reveal of the album cover art.  The cover was designed by Silverline’s bassist, Nathan Langert.

“This album is really special to us.  A lot of what we talk about is transforming from the old to the new, living new days and letting go of the past.  In Christ, we’ve been changed and we can turn the “Lights Out” on the old man and rise up as a new creation.  It’s a story we hope to tell as we travel this year.” Ryan Edberg

Below, check out the Lights Out track listing for the new album which comes out on April 9th with their single also entitled, “Lights Out” coming out on February 19th.

Lights Out Track Listing:

1. Hold On

2. Lights Out

3. Never Looking Back

4. With The Angels

5. Vicious

6. Founding You

7. War

8. Something Better

9. Be Still

10. Never Too Far Gone

Keep up with Silverline at their official website and on Facebook.

ABOUT DREAM RECORDS

DREAM was founded in 2008 to provide artists with a genuine approach to how real artist development should be done. By allowing for a partnership as a business model, Dream’s artists empower themselves to develop and carry out a real vision for their lives as they affect other people’s lives with their music and message. Incorporating social media, press, radio and touring it’s allowing it’s artists grow together as a family.

ABOUT SILVERLINE

Having shared the stage with some of the top bands in Christian music (POD, Newsboys, TFK, RED, Sanctus Real, Hawk Nelson, etc.), Silverline has developed a great live show.  They have also excelled on Christian radio with the #1 songs, Broken Glass and Shine A Light.  These professional achievements are important to the band as a door opener to ministry because Silverline isn’t just happy with accomplishments validating their ability, but rather paving the way for opportunities to share the life changing Gospel of Christ.

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