Fusebox's New Album: Once Again

( [email protected] ) Mar 23, 2004 04:41 AM EST

Hey, folks, Fusebox is lighting up the fuse again!

With their debut album, Lost In Worship, the band has spawned the number one hit with Every Move I Make. From California to Romania, Fusebox has led thousands into God's presence with their unique brand of worship.

And on June. 15, 2004, Fusebox will release their much-anticipated second album: Once Again. (By Elevate Records and Inpop Records)

"This is really my first album in a lot of ways because it's gotten to the point where I stand behind it all," notes lead singer Billy Buchanan, who wrote or co-wrote seven of the album's 10 songs. "There's something on the album for everyone."

Much of the album's versatility can be traced to Fusebox's tag team with a wide array of producers, including Third Day's Mac Powell, Otto Price, Quinlan, Joel Smallbone, Ainslie Grosser and Buchanan himself.

"My heart as a writer is to get the message out there in a way that can be related to," says Buchanan. "From there I surrender it to God and let Him take care of all the other details."

Marketing highlights for Once Again will include heavy touring, an official street team, and extensive promotion at Christian radio. The title track will be the first radio single from the project (penned by Matt Redman).

Buchanan is currently touring with the rock opera !Hero, joining artists such as Rebecca St. James, Michael Tait and T-bone. Buchanan is reprising his role as "Kai", the evil priest, on the second leg of the tour which will hit 19 markets in April and May, including stops at Universal Ampitheatre in Los Angeles, and the Ryman Auditorium in Nashvile.