Unspoken Scheduled To Join Sanctus Real On Upcoming Promises Tour That Runs February-March 2013
Unspoken’s Debut Single Who You Are Reaches Top Ten On AC Charts
Centricity Music’s new breakout band, Unspoken, will join Sanctus Real on their upcoming spring tour that launches Valentine’s Day in Alabama and concludes St. Patrick’s Day in Nebraska.  The first leg of the tour will also feature JJ Heller and Bread of Stone, with Unspoken also joining the second leg of the tour in the fall.  Fans will be treated to high-powered performances and original compositions from Unspoken that are featured on the group’s debut Centricity Music EP, Get To Me. Tickets for the tour are available at each venue and online at iTickets.com.
“We are so humbled and excited about the opportunity to join Sanctus Real on the road this spring,” says Michael Gomez, guitarist for Unspoken. “We have loved this band for a long time, so to have them invite us out on tour is crazy. We look forward to playing our music in front of their fans and, hopefully, make some fans of our own.”
Unspoken continues to garner strong radio adds for their debut single, Who You Are, with the song reaching the Top Ten on the CHR chart in December, and in January on the AC Monitored and Indicator charts.  Recent radio adds include; WONU/Chicago, IL, The Fish/Nashville, TN, WMHK/ Columbia, SC. The strength of the single led to Unspoken being honored by iTunes as Best of 2012 for Christian & Gospel Best Song, which is remarkable for a new artist.  And stellar media reviews have also supported the group with Worship Leader Magazine saying, Unspoken is a band to keep tabs on; with catchy songs like these, they won’t slip under the radar, and Power Source Magazine adding, This is a great debut EP from a new act.
Up next for Unspoken will be a radio promotion tour in early February that will take them to Houston, TX,  Dallas, TX,  Tulsa,OK,  Sacrament, CA and more.  The group is also heading back into the studio to record a few more songs that will be eventually be added to an upcoming studio album that is scheduled for 2014.

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