Mobile, AL (PressExposure) August 25, 2011 -- Well it's almost here. It's the September release of "Saturate." The long awaited first full album by the guys of Seeking Shelter. These guys may be the NEW kids on the block, but their music is already ahead of time.
This album has all the elements of worship and so much more. The heart of these guys comes out like a rainbow during a storm. The emotion and passion of their music resonates loud and clear!
The band really has a winner with this new CD. From classic worship like "Forever Praised," to the almost in your face driving beat of "Shadow of A Doubt," this album has plenty to enjoy!
They all grew up in the land of sweet tea and fried okra (yes, the South, with a capital "S") and the members of Seeking Shelter each have the stories to prove it. Many of their stories are uniquely their own; stories of triumph, loss, success, addiction, healing. But despite their varied upbringings and life experiences, there is one story they all share-redemption-and this story is the one that shadows all the others.
While the band's been sharing their stories with the world since 2008, lead singer Jeremy Clements and guitarist Jody Clements have been sharing their stories since birth. The brothers, along with Mason Pasteur (keyboard), Sam Pierce (electric/accoustic guitar), Brandon Breland (bass), and Josh Thames (drums), have molded their wide-ranging musical influences into an edgy pop-rock (CCM) style that easily engages audiences.
"Saturate," Seeking Shelter's first full-length album, is set for release September 13th , 2011 and promises to deliver the same sincere musicianship their live audiences have loved for the last 3 years.
"Acceptable" was Seeking Shelters first EP. The single was released to radio March 2010. It held 15 consecutive weeks at #1 on CHR and #3 on AC. "Acceptable" was chosen Indie song of the week by CRW magazine. It was picked up by over 600 radio stations across Australia and the USA. The band plans to tour Australia in January 2012.