Tenth Avenue North has released a brand new song entitled "Break Of Day." The track was originally made for the Cathedrals album, but it didn't make the final cut. You can listen to this new track below, and download it now on iTunes!
The band has recently announced their fall headline tour "All The Earth Is Holy Ground" with special guests Sidewalk Prophets and newcomer Dan Bremnes. The 30-plus-city tour, sponsored by Compassion International and Palm Beach Atlantic University, will kick off on September 18 in Lynchburg, VA at Liberty University and conclude on November 11 in Round Rock, TX. See below for the complete list of dates.
This tour follows in the footsteps of the newest Tenth Avenue North studio release Cathedrals, which is a beautiful collection of well-crafted songs that inspire community, encourage accountability and celebrate the fact we are not alone. It is this release and idea behind the album that has inspired the title and theme of this upcoming tour.
"Since we are His cathedrals, everywhere we go we bring the sacred with us," shares Tenth Avenue North's front man Mike Donehey. "The division between the secular and sacred has, like the veil, been forever torn in two. We no longer need to seek out sacred spaces, instead, we merely need to walk through the door. Starbucks, school, or the supermarket, there is not a place on earth that is not His, and there is not a place we can go where He is not. We have the sacred inside. All the earth is holy ground."
Donehey, drummer Jason Jamison, bassist Ruben Juarez, keyboardist Brendon Shirley and guitarist Jeff Owen have forged a unique sound that has made them one of the Christian music's most successful young bands. In the spring of 2014, Tenth Avenue North crossed the one million mark for records sold and continues to build its strong fan base by achieving more than one million likes on Facebook.