Newsboys Release Three Music Videos for 'God's Not Dead 2' Single 'Guilty' [WATCH HERE]

Justin SarachikSep 30, 2015 09:42 AM EDT
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Christian band the Newsboys will be releasing three different versions of their new 'God's Not Dead 2' single "Guilty" and so far there are two out.

The first version was released last week and features snippets of the movie as the band plays in the background.

The second version was released on Vevo and does not contain any clips from the movie and focuses more on the church the band is playing in. The visuals of where they are playing is beautiful.

Newsboys released the single on September 25, and it is now available on iTunes and other digital outlets.

The song was written by Juan Otero and Pete Stewart and produced by Seth Mosley. "Guilty" marks the lead single from Newsboys' 2016 FairTrade Services debut.

"As a band, our primary goal is to communicate a powerful message through music," said Newsboys lead singer Michael Tait. "With 'Guilty,' we wanted to deliver an anthem that carries an important message for today. 'Guilty' is a song for all Christians, as we seek to honor God each day in every way, no matter the cost. We pray it will help encourage and empower Believers-in our country and around the world-to live boldly for Him."

It is also confirmed that Newsboys are set to return to the big screen with a special appearance in "God's Not Dead 2," the sequel to the 2014 hit Pure Flix film in which the band made their onscreen debut. "God's Not Dead 2" hits theatres around the country beginning April 1, 2016, and stars Melissa Joan Hart, Jesse Metcalfe, David A.R. White, Sadie Robertson, Robin Givens and Fred Thompson, among others.

The band is currently performing "Guilty" to audiences nationwide as they headline the "We Believe...God's Not Dead" 2015 Fall Tour. Featuring Dove Award-nominated FairTrade Services pop/rock band Hawk Nelson, along with special guest GRAMMY®-nominated Gotee singer/songwriter Ryan Stevenson, the tour is slated to visit more than 40 cities before concluding December 13.

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