About A Mile released “Trust You All The Way” globally on October 28th from Radiate Music. Today, About A Mile announced they are giving away two of the album’s lead singles: both Trust You All the Way and Born to Live. These songs can be downloaded for a limited time to anyone who enters their name and email address at: https://aboutamile.squarespace.com/free-download.
Trust You All The Way was produced by Grammy-nominated, two time Dove Award winning Producer of theYear, Ian Eskelin who additionally produced About A Mile’s debut album. The album is currently available at iTunes, Amazon.com, and other digital retailers internationally.
The band launched in 2014 as the biggest selling Christian album debut from a new artist. They have taken their past experiences over several years and poured them into this new album.
About A Mile’s name originated from the believe that Jesus carried His cross that same distance. The band itself has carried their message coast to coast. About A Mile is currently on their Trust You All The Way Tour, and is sponsored by Holt International which is a child relief organization which provides impoverished children and families tools and resources for survival.
More about the tour can be found here.
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