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for KING & COUNTRY - "Together"

Tuesday, May 5, 2020

A song that brings multiple ethnicities, nationalities, and styles 'together' to form one powerful voice. "TOGETHER (feat. Kirk Franklin & Tori Kelly)" unites for KING & COUNTRY, Kirk Franklin, and Tori Kelly for a sound and a message all of us need right now. "In a time where this virus is not isolated to one people group or country or social class - it has become the great equalizer," share Joel and Luke Smallbone. "It is helping us all reconsider this beautiful concept that we all bleed the same blood. And if we are able to unite, and support - be a neighbor to someone, serve someone, reach out to someone - how might those acts of kindness change the scope of our futures, together?"

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Biography

Soaring melodies, driving rhythms, theatrical instrumentation and personal themes are the heartbeat of for KING & COUNTRY. The Australian duo, comprised of brothers Joel and Luke Smallbone, raised expectations with the release of 2012’s Crave, winning Billboard’s New Artists to Watch for 2012. Their sophomore effort RUN WILD. LIVE FREE. LOVE STRONG. debuted at #1 on the iTunes Chart and garnered two Grammy Award wins for the band. They received yet another Grammy nomination in 2017 for their song “Priceless,” the title track from their #1 indie film of the same name. This past Spring (2016), for KING & COUNTRY headlined a major 60-city arena tour, and finished the year with their first, headlining Christmas tour, selling out several arenas across the country, including the Honda Center in Los Angeles. With over 150 shows in 2016, the band played for 1 million fans, has sold over 600,000 records and had 150,000,000 streams of their music. They have performed on numerous network television shows including The View, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, The Today Show, The Tonight Show, FOX and Friends and have songs featured on the Emmys, The Super Bowl,Sunday Night Football, U.S. Open, 7UP and more.

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