AlphaOmegaNews – Media

Press Releases

Finding Favour “Reborn” Debuts No. 2 on Billboard’s Christian Albums Chart

Finding Favour “Reborn” Debuts No. 2 on Billboard’s Christian Albums Chart
Project Also Reaches Top 10 at iTunes Christian and Gospel Albums Chart
Nashville, Tenn. (July 2, 2015) —- Finding Favour has made a strong debut with their first full album on Gotee Records, as Reborn enters Billboard’s Christian Albums chart at No. 2 this week. At the same time, the album reached Top 10 on iTunes Christian and Gospel chart. The first single from Reborn, “Cast My Cares,” is the fastest rising single in the band’s history and is currently in the Top 20 on Billboard’s AC Monitored and National Christian Audience charts (NCA), and is Top 15 on Billboard’s Christian Hot AC/CHR chart. Produced by Casey Brown (Love & the Outcome, All Things New), Reborn features 10 new songs that were co-written by the group, along with a reprise of their Top 25 NCA hit, “Say Amen.”
Reborn has also been generating rave reviews that spotlight Finding Favour’s growth and songwriting skills.
CCM Magazine – Reborn is the long-awaited answer to Finding Favour’s debut EP
NewReleaseTODAY – …glimpses of excellence on this record worthy of your attention
Phantom Tollbooth – This is easy to like; a welcome relief from one style of worship
Living Light News – …this band has a long career ahead of them and even some crossover potential – There is not a single weak song present…
Christian Music Review – …great album, and I believe that it’s an album that the young and old alike will love – …stepping off the usual CCM treadmill that helps to set Finding Favour apart from the crowd – It’s impressive to see a Christian rock/pop album capture such a persuasive faith vantage point
Additional media coverage includes Relevant Magazine “The Drop” (June), HomeLife Magazine review (September), CCM Magazine (July 15 feature), Campus Crusade for Christ radio, TBN Real Videos, Baptist Standard.
For additional updates on Finding Favour please visit online,,,,
About Finding Favour
Finding Favour releasef their first full album, Reborn, June 23, 2015, and the first single “Cast My Cares” is the group’s fastest rising song to date already charting in the Top 20 on Billboard’s NCA chart. Finding Favour was formed in 2005 in Vidalia, GA and consists of band members, Blake NeeSmith (vocals), Allen Dukes (guitar), Dustin Daniels (bass guitar) and Josh Duckworth (drums). The band signed with Gotee Records in 2012 and released their first studio EP, Finding Favour EP, in March 2013 followed by tours with Building 429 and Hawk Nelson. Their first single, “Slip On By,” reached Billboard’s Top 25 Christian AC chart. The song also became a Top 40 Country radio hit for country artist, Austin Webb. Finding Favour’s second single, “Say Amen,” released in 2014 and peaked Top 25 on Billboard’s NCA chart and was supported by tours with Kutless and Audio Adrenaline. The band just wrapped a 42-city tour with the Newsboys God’s Not Dead Tour, with a major fall tour to be announced soon.
In 1992, a production team of three talented guys with diverse tastes shared a love for music. Producers Joey Elwood and Todd Collins, along with Grammy-winning artist TobyMac, launched Gotee Records in 1994 after unsuccessfully finding a label deal for the R&B trio, Out of Eden. With a steady focus on artistry, the new label expanded to reflect the diverse interests of its founders. Within 12 months, Christafari, GRITS, and Johnny Q. Public were signed, easily representing four different music categories; R&B, reggae, rap and rock. In the 20 years since Gotee’s founding as a record label, it has launched the careers of Relient K, Jennifer Knapp, Sonicflood and more recently, Jamie Grace, Capital Kings, Finding Favour, Ryan Stevenson and Morgan Harper Nichols. The present day in the Gotee story is much like the label’s early days. Through all the changes in a tumultuous music industry, the boutique label’s independent spirit is maintained through a steady focus on artist development and diversity.

Comments are closed.