Swedish Singer-Songwriter Tommy Iceland Signs Publishing Deal With FCM Songs With New Music Coming In Early 2019

Marcus Lundin Jul 13, 2018 12:34 PM EDT
TOMMY ICELAND/FULL CIRCLE MUSICFrom L to R: Seth Mosley (President of Full Circle Music), Tommy Iceland, Stacey Willbur (VP of Publishing and A&R; at Full Circle Music)

Swedish singer-songwriter Tommy Iceland has signed a publishing deal with FCM Songs and Grammy-winning producer Seth Mosley, they announced earlier this week. Iceland's catalog already includes cuts with major Christian artists such as We Are Messengers, Stars Go Dim, David Leonard, Jesus Culture, and Chris Tomlin.

Signing with FCM Songs, Iceland joins the ranks of notables such as former Sanctus Real frontman, the Grammy-nominated Matt Hammitt, as well as Riley Friesen. In addition to FCM Songs, Full Circle Music serves as a hub for creatives with The Full Circle Music Academy, FCM Records, and more, spearheaded by a team of Grammy-winning producers and songwriters.

"Part of our mission for Full Circle Music is to empower artists and writers from all around the world, not just in our backyard," shares Mosley, President of Full Circle Music. "Signing Tommy is a big step forward for us in becoming an international company and the songs that he is already writing bring such a fresh life and sound to what typically comes out of a music hub like Nashville. We are so excited to partner with Tommy and his family in this new season!"

Born in the Icelandic town of Hafnarfjörður, Iceland fell in love with music at an early age. Following his move to Sweden, he became part of the local church where he soon began singing, playing the guitar and drums on a regular basis. He discovered his calling when he found a deep passion for worship, later becoming part of Hillsong Sweden where he serves as a worship leader.

"I couldn't be more excited about seeing what's in store for this God-made partnership," Iceland says. "I love the fact that I get to work with people who are not only good friends but also feel like family!"

Stay tuned to BREATHEcast for more news about Tommy Iceland, with new music expected in early 2019.

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