Consumed By Fire’s highly anticipated full-length album Giving Over is now available nationwide. The 11-track project features their first hit “Lean On Me” and their new second single “He Waits For Me” that is being added at radio stations across the U.S.
Lead singer Caleb Ward relates the story behind the single, saying: “ ‘He Waits for Me’ is all about our quiet time with our Heavenly Father, having that place and environment where we meet with Him. Our place has always been this spot out by the water near our hometown. God loves spending time with His kids. There's a strength and a joy that we all can receive from just fellowshipping with Him. David said in Psalm 16:11, 'In His presence is fullness of Joy,’ and later in chapter 28 he says, 'The joy of the Lord is my strength’. So, if you feel like you're lacking strength and joy, get in God's presence. He waits for you.”
In honor of the release, the brothers will be making their television debut on Good Day Tulsa on March 28, 2016, and will perform “He Waits For Me” with a follow up performance on LeSea Broadcasting’s “The Harvest Show” on April 11, 2016, with more national appearances to come.
With a theme of ultimate surrender, Caleb (Lead Vocals, Guitar), Josh (Guitar, Harmony Vocals) and Jordan (Drums, Harmony Vocals) crafted lyrics that were inspired from personal experiences that challenged them to cast aside their own fears and plans and give into the path God paved for them.
Producer Scotty Wilbanks discovered the band via YouTube. Together they developed the soulful record that showcases the brothers’ church roots combined with their varied musical influences that are also anchored lyrically in the deep faith that fuels them, giving them a sound that is uniquely their own.
Together, their goal is to continue spreading the gospel through honest, authentic music.
For more information on Consumed By Fire, please go to www.cbfmusic.com.
Track Listing for Giving Over:
Lean On Me
Thorns and Sorrows
He Waits For Me
Learning to Love
Follow Your Heart
Walk Through The Fire
Hold The Rain
You and Me