Grammy® winner Chris Tomlin Releases Advance Music Today ahead of New Album HOLY ROAR Set for October 26
Nobody Loves Me Like You EP Available Now, Single at Radio
Book Holy Roar: 7 Words That Will Change the Way You Worship Releases October 23
Nashville, TN (August 17, 2018) – Grammy® winner and world-renowned worship leader Chris Tomlin surprised fans with the release of early music today- the launch of a new radio single and EP, Nobody Loves Me Like You. Earlier this morning, USA Today and the Tennessean joined to exclusively reveal the full details that the previously unannounced four-song digital only EP is part of a bigger release plan as Chris’ highly anticipated full studio album set for October 26, HOLY ROAR, and the companion book Holy Roar: 7 Words That Will Change the Way You Worship available October 23. Read the story HERE.
“I am so energized by this new music, I couldn’t wait to share a few songs ahead of the HOLY ROAR album,” said Chris. “HOLY ROAR is the freedom, the experience, the wonder of worship. It is seeing the church come together, hands lifted to God, pouring out our praise with an eternal song in our hearts. It’s every voice together, changing the way we worship.”
The Nobody Loves Me Like You EP includes four songs from the soon-to-be released HOLY ROAR album and is available now at all digital retailers. The official radio impact date for “Nobody Loves Me Like You” single is September 14.
HOLY ROAR includes tracks produced by Ed Cash and Bryan Fowler and is the follow up to Chris’ NEVER LOSE SIGHT album that contains three of his 16 #1 singles including the Platinum selling “Good Good Father,” “Jesus” and “Home.”
Chris and Nashville’s Church of the City Pastor Darren Whitehead have partnered with Thomas Nelson, part of Harper Collins Christian Publishing to re-release their book Holy Roar: 7 Words That Will Change the Way You Worship available October 23. With the book, they hope to grow readers in their understanding of praise as Darren offers his insights and Chris shares the stories behind many of his worship songs.