Love & The Outcome's Jodi King has announced that she is pregnant. This will be Jodi and her husband Chris second child following Milo Wolf their first born. The couple have just released their second full length album THESE ARE THE DAYS to great acclaim amongst fans and critics.
The couple writes:
"We are thrilled to share the news that, this summer, Milo Wolf is gonna become a big brother. And everybody loves a big brother right!? Just when we thought life couldn't get any more exciting, our trio is gonna turn into a foursome.
We're forever grateful for your prayers and continued support. We couldn't do this without you. Catch us in your neighbourhood at a show soon and if you have a tip or two to pass along, don't hesitate. We need all the love and guidance we can get trying to keep this Love & The Outcome show on the road while trying to raise a fam at the same time.
Oh...and PS...stay tuned for news about our upcoming single... If we're lucky, your fave station may start playing it soon enough.
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Jodi & Chris"
Comprised of singer/songwriter Jodi King and bassist Chris Rademaker, Love & The Outcome's debut self-titled LP released in 2013 and launched the duo as a mainstay act at Christian radio and on the touring circuit. While their first project was created out of personal hardships, These Are The Days takes the duo into a more restful, yet celebratory, season.
"The first record was created out of...a lot of pain," Jodi shares. "You didn't feel the joy as much, you felt the struggle - and that's okay. This [new] record is a celebration season, and we have to really let the music sound like that. These are moments to celebrate and let the smile show a little more."
Beginning the album in California and wrapping in Nashville, These Are The Days was produced by Colin Munroe and GRAMMY® Award winner Seth Mosley. The powerhouse producers easily blend the new songs with a variety of influences that inspire both Chris and Jodi, including 80's U2 and The Police, to Coldplay, Bleachers and Tame Impala, while lyrically taking the songs to a unique mix of worship, praise celebration and declaration.