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FALCONE RISING RELEASES “BROTHER”

Creative Soul Records’ group FALCONE RISING is impacting Christian radio stations nationwide this week with their third single, “BROTHER.”

A companion music video also released today. FALCONE RISING first emerged on the Christian music scene with their debut single, “The Sixth Hour Ballad of St. Dismas,” which landed at #1 on the Christian Radio Chart in September.

Inspired by Ecclesiastes 4:9-12, Matthew 18:20, and 2 Timothy 3:16, the new single focuses on the importance of brotherhood and accountability in one’s walk as a Christian.

Through the Son we live in God’s fraternity.
Through His blood, we’re brothers for eternity.
As two we gather with His word in hand.
As three we rise together for His plan.

FALCONE RISING’s self-titled Christian Rock concept album was the brainchild of classically-trained musician (and successful surgeon) John Falcone.

The album features a Biblical basis of composition, with every song inspired by specific Bible verses.

With the assistance of Creative Soul Records founder Eric Copeland, Falcone (guitars) assembled an all-star list of talent including Jason Fowler (lead vocals), Jonathan Crone (programming, guitars), Adam Nitti (bass) and Tony Morra (drums). Casino withdrawal time is very important, no one desires to expect too long for getting their prize money. Even though at fast paying casinos people will need to meet the playthrough requirements and finish a Know Your Customer process. At www.fancasinos.in you will find instant payout online casinos if you want to get the winnings under 1 hour.

Falcone served as the primary songwriter and Crone took the helm of the album’s production.

FALCONE RISING is currently in the studio working on their sophomore album, due later this year.

Watch The Video Here :

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