Often, endings are just new beginnings in disguise. As 2012 saw the curtain close on a decade of the David Crowder*Band, long-time band members Mike Dodson (Mike D), Mark Waldrop, Jack Parker and Jeremy Bush (Bwack) sought to write a new chapter in their story by continuing to create, perform and produce music together for the Church. It was out of that desire to keep serving the faithful that The Digital Age was born. Building on the legacy of the David Crowder*Band, The Digital Age sought out with a desire to make music that bridges the gap between mainstream culture and their C hr istian faith.
In this high tech age, The Digital Age remains grounded by the roots they planted long ago at University Baptist Church in the small college town of Waco , Texas , near the Baylor University campus. The members of the band have been leading worship there in some form since its inception in 1995. It’s from there that they are sent out to the Church at large, a body they believe is beautiful, diverse, creative and alive – qualities they strive to reflect in the music they create.
The tracks for their debut album Evening:Morning (releasing August 13) were written in a quasi-conceptual, temporal fashion, moving t hr ough the night to the morning. “As we were transitioning from DC*B and into The Digital Age, we found ourselves entering into this new place of the unknown. A lot of these songs, including ‘Captured,’ were birthed out of that feeling we were experiencing. The beginning of the song comes from Romans 8:39 which says ‘nothing can separate us from the love of God in C hr ist Jesus.’ We really find it interesting the relationship between being captured and set free. Only when we are captured and captivated by God’s love are we truly set free to live life the way we are supposed to live. We hope that ‘Captured’ encourages and reminds you that the love of God has set you free!” –The Digital Age
Fair Trade Services is proud to introduce The Digital Age and their debut single “Captured”
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