The Wedding Signs to Tooth & Nail Records

New LP No Direction Out September 25

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Rock outfit The Wedding have signed with Tooth & Nail Records and will release their label debut No Direction on September 25th.

The Wedding first formed in 2003 and despite a few lineup changes, quickly created a stir with their soaring rock anthems.  The band finally hit its stride with the addition of front man Matt Shelton (formerly of Island Records’ Letter Kills.)

On the album’s title, Shelton explains, “No Direction” means cutting ties with the idea that you can prepare your life in such a way to keep you from danger.  As C.S. Lewis said, it’s an illusion of safety. We are meant to live life unabashed and free, and this can only happen in the face of danger; which to most is the idea of not knowing where you are going. It is when we have No Direction at all and still we press on, trusting that the great unknown will be our rescue and not the demise we are so fearful of. We went into making this record with complete reckless abandon. We tried to write the record that we wanted and needed to hear.”
“We are stoked to join the family at Tooth & Nail. It’s exciting to get to make the records we want to make with so many good friends,” says Shelton.

Consisting of 12 tracks, No Direction was produced by Jasen Rauch (Breaking Benjamin) at Harker House Studios in Springfield, TN, and features guest vocals by Dan Marsala of The Story Of The Year on the track “The Lesser Worth.”

Cover art:

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No Direction Track Listing:

1. No Direction

2. The End

3.  The Lesser Worth (feat. guest vocals by Dan Marsala of The Story of The Year)

4.  The Raconteur

5. Hang on Love

6.  The Wildest Ocean

7.  Mors Tua Nos Vita

8. Kill Any Excuse

9. Heartbreak In Melody

10. Don’t Let Me Down

11. Young and Dangerous

12. Distance and Resolution

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