Twitter is Giving Us This to Look Forward to

Check out what some of our top artists are posting. New things are on the way and they’re giving us something to be excited about!

Sidewalk Prophets

For the first time since 2012, Sidewalk Prophets is recording a brand new album – and they can’t stop talking about it! Plus, they’re recording from inside a castle which is pretty cool on its own. The band’s Twitter and Instagram feeds have been flooded with cool shots of their recording experience.

Final day recording at the Castle for the new record. #kingsforaweek #fb

A photo posted by david frey (@swpdave) on

No release date yet, but until then, you can catch them on The Great Big Family Room Tour.

Hillsong United

If you’re a worship music fan – get pumped! Hillsong United has been sharing pictures of the group hard at work recording a new worship album. The coolest part? They keep striving to put God at the forefront of each song they produce.

Again, no release date for this album yet, but they actually have a movie coming out in theaters this April!

Britt Nicole

Britt Nicole is being a little more mysterious about her latest project. Not only did she become a mother of two and record a song with Owl City (You’re Not Alone) in 2014, but she has something new up her sleeve for the new year. All we know is she has something new to announce today and she’s excited.

Me headed to the studio to lay down somethin sweet! Love yall, thank u for continued support! 🙂 A photo posted by Britt Nicole (@itsbrittnicole) on

Update (1-28-15 10:41 CT): Britt announced today she’s releasing a Remix Record of fan favorite songs. The album cover is still in the process of being unlocked!

Hawk Nelson

The guys from Hawk Nelson just announced a brand new album in a big way. This sweet (and kind of messy) video has been all over social media.

The new album is called “Diamonds” featuring their latest single, “Drops in the Ocean.” It can be yours on March 17, 2015.

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