California worship band For All Seasons is thrilled to start 2018 with the release of their debut Centricity Music EP, Clarity. With contributing producers Seth Mosley (for KING & COUNTRY, Passion), Mike O’Connor (Colton Dixon, Meredith Andrews), Ed Cash (NEEDTOBREATHE, Passion), and Cameron Jaymes (Matt Wertz), the 7-track record is available now on iTunes and all streaming platforms.
“On Clarity, the general public is getting a taste of the band’s whip-smart pop sensibilities. Their debut has a focus and maturity that should net them instant results…Memorable refrains turn songs of God’s grace, love, and presence into welcome reminders for daily listening.” CCM Magazine states in its 4-star review of the album.
The EP features the band’s acclaimed single “Higher,” which was released last July and has since garnered over 1.5 million Spotify streams. In addition to “Higher” and their other digital singles “Bigger Than” and “No Other,” listeners can hear four brand new tracks that show off the band’s unique sound and heartfelt lyrics. The band wrote or co-wrote each track on the album, investing three years into the project’s creative journey.
“It’s been such a time of growth for us; finding the freedom to be who we are as a band, refining the focus of our ministry, and loving more and more what God has called us to do with our music,” band member Jeff Luckey says. “Our hope is simply that people resonate with the stories we share, that they see evidence of God’s faithfulness, and wherever they are, whatever they are going through, they find hope in who He is.”
For All Seasons band members Emily Hamilton, Johnny Hamilton, and Jeff Luckey have been making music together for almost a decade, from leading worship at Biola University and Hume Lake Christian camps to producing music independently. They signed recording and publishing deals with Centricity last year and gained quick attention as one of CCM’s rising acts, including a Best New Artist nomination for New Release Today’s We Love Christian Music Awards (voting closes Jan. 26).
This spring For All Seasons will be part of Jordan Feliz’s Future tour.