It has been three years since the GRAMMY®-nominated band Building 429 released their latest project, Unashamed, and the band is thrilled to announce they have new music to share. To kick off their upcoming album release, they just debuted their brand new song, "You Can", which is at radio now and has already been touted as "one of their best" songs yet.
"You Can" will appear on Building 429's upcoming new album, titled Live the Journey, which is slated to release September 7 with Provident Label Group. Plans are already underway for the remaining songs from the new album to release in consecutive weeks beginning in July, leading up to the September street date.
"You Can" can also be heard on the official audio video, and a compelling new music video debuts today. Jason Roy, Building 429's frontman, recently shared, "'You Can' is a really meaningful song to us and we feel like the new video reflects that perfectly. We all have experienced moments in our lives where we need God to 'conquer the giants' in our lives but with Him, all things are possible. Often times, the thing that we see as our greatest weakness is what God uses to show his perfect strength. Our deficits are just opportunities for the world to see God do the impossible in the most unlikely of circumstances. Our prayer is that this song empowers everyone who hears it to keep the faith and know that God is for them."
Military veteran Redmond Ramos stars in the video. Ramos is the founder of the organization SuccessThroughStruggle.com, which he started after his time as an FMF Navy Corpsman and stepped on an IED, losing his leg. Now he is a motivational speaker and teaches tactical combat medicine as a civilian contractor for the military while also appearing at numerous events, such as the Invictus Games, The Triumph Games, and was a finalist on CBS's "The Amazing Race."
"Working with Building 429 was simply an amazing experience that I will never forget," Ramos exclaims. "I felt that the story we were able to tell is something that people from all different walks of life could relate to and truly speaks to anyone on a deep level. I was able to connect with my character in a way I've never connected with a character before. From start to finish, everyone involved was on a true mission to make something special."
Building 429 will be touring all summer appearing at numerous festivals and events. Fall tour plans are currently underway and details will be announced in the weeks to come. To see if they are coming to a city near you this summer, the most updated tour schedule is listed below.