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Wednesday 22nd February 2017

Veteran harmonisers Selah to release 'Unbreakable' album in March

CELEBRATING 20 years since their formation, award-winning trio Selah will release a new album on 24th March. 'Unbreakable' was produced by founding members Todd Smith and Allan Hall and longtime collaborator Jason Kyle Saetveit. The project also includes contributions from producers Charlie Peacock (The Civil Wars) and Scott Cash (Dan Bremnes). Commenting on the first single from the album, "I Got Saved", Todd Smith said, "There's such a power in the lyric. It reminded me of when I accepted Jesus as a five-year-old in a small town church in Michigan, of that day and of all he's brought me through since. When we share our testimony, we open up the Gospel and encourage the saints." CR

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