Curt Anderson's 'Every Moment Vol. II' Slated For Release April 13

Marcus Lundin Mar 27, 2018 09:35 PM EDT
Curt AndersonCover for Curt Anderson's 2018 release Every Moment Vol. II.

Singer-songwriter Curt Anderson is announcing the surprise release Every Moment Vol. II that will be out April 13. Containing remixes of three singles as well as four new tracks, the new album will also give listeners a behind-the-scenes bonus with demos of seven songs, and five worktapes.

Every Moment Vol. II will come on the heels of Anderson's March 30 release of his Every Moment: Deluxe Version, a repackaging of his 2016 album that will also feature four new songs along with Anderson's current two singles, a remix of "Love Like You Love," and a piano-based version of "Keep Me Falling." The latter quickly became a Top 5 hit in Australia upon its release.

Viewing himself as an international ambassador of Christian music, the Nashville-based Anderson frequently travels abroad to other countries, including Australia, Hong Kong, England, Wales, Canada, Germany, Thailand, and Qatar. As BREATHEcast previously noted, he will soon be heading to the Philippines and then back again to Australia in coming months, following recent performances there.

Traveling comes easy to Anderson who grew up in a family of travelers and says international touring has been part of his life for as long as he can remember. After having first visited Australia ten years ago, he says God has used relationships there to grow and sustain him as a musician over the years.

Intentional about reaching a global audience, Anderson is quick to note that music is not limited by borders, but rather understands Gods calling for his life to model and share the love of the Lord to go beyond geographical boundaries.

Since his debut in 2002, Anderson has released two full-length albums and two EPs. Every Moment featured the singles "Keep It Beating" and "Every Moment," both of which reached the Top 5 on Christian radio charts in multiple countries. Anderson has also collaborated on recordings by artists such as KJ-52, Tricia Brock (formerly of Superchick), and Satellites & Sirens.

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