Three-time Grammy Award-nominated singer-songwriter Crowder last Friday released an emotional new music video for his song, "Red Letters," the first single off of his upcoming album, I Know A Ghost, releasing this Friday, Nov. 9. In addition to the new music video, Crowder also released a brand-new track, the gospel-infused song "Let It Rain (Is There Anybody) (feat. Mandisa)."
Directed by Patrick Tohill the music video brings vivid artistry and imagery to an already well-received single. The video and song were inspired by Louis Klopsch's statement in the introduction of his innovative red-letter Bible, first published in 1901.
"It sheds a new radiance upon the sacred pages, by which the reader is enabled to trace unerringly the scarlet thread of prophecy from Genesis to Malachi," Klopsch writes. "Like the Star which led the Magi to Bethlehem, this light, shining through the entire Word, leads straight to the person of the Divine Messiah, as the fulfillment of the promise of all the ages."
Crowder adds, "The meta-narrative of the story of God's rescue woven through the Scriptures is intricate and powerful and that's what I wanted to pick up on with this song. It's worth singing about. I love it and I hope it's meaningful for my fans and listeners out there."
The upcoming album I Know A Ghost is available for pre-order and pre-save everywhere now, with "Red Letters," "Wildfire," and "Let It Rain (Is There Anybody) (feat. Mandisa)" available now for streaming. For links to the most popular digital music platforms, please click here.
Click below to watch the new music video for "Red Letters," or click here to watch it on YouTube: