Faith Hedgepeth has a new album on the way.
The band released their debut full-length, Faith Salie, on August 10th.
They’ve been working on a new record since, with frontman Michael Phelim looking to return to the road and focus on the band’s next album.
“We’re just working on it at the moment,” he told us.
“It’s not a record I’ve written yet, it’s a new one, so it’s not quite finished yet.
But we’ve been writing and recording since it came out, so we’re pretty confident in what we’re going to achieve.”
Phemed said the new album, titled Word of Hope, will be out in October and it will be released on the Faith HedgePeth website.
“I’ve been in this band for 15 years, so I’ve really enjoyed my time in it and I think I’ve grown as a musician,” he said.
“So, I’ve learned a lot.
I feel like I’m a better musician now, but it’s the same thing.
So it’s like a journey. “
If I want to write new music, I have to go out and write new stuff.
So it’s like a journey.
But it’s really fun to be writing music and to work with Michael.”
Phemed was joined by his brother Michael, bassist Tom Dominguez and guitarist Adam Lacy, all of whom were also in the band in the early years.
Phemus is the second band to release a full-album since Faith Hedge was formed.
In November 2018, the band released the debut album, Faith Hedge, which sold 1.7 million copies in its first week of release.
The new Faith Hedge LP is being produced by Phemines band mate, Josh Gatt, who has previously worked with Faith Hedge.
The new album marks the bands third full-time album.
The second album, Hope, was released in August 2018, and was a huge hit, selling almost 7 million copies.
“Word of Faith” marks the return of Phemonis bandmate Josh Gett, who joined the band as a member of the new band.
“We started doing the word of faith stuff in the mid-’90s and we were always doing it for different reasons,” Phemen said.
He said that Faith Hedge’s first album was called The Way We Were, which he called a good thing, because it wasn’t necessarily about being religious.
“At the end of the day, the word was always about music,” he explained.
“You could just tell, because the lyrics are so simple and they were written from a place of faith, it didn’t matter what the lyrics were.”
We always said, we’ve always said that it was about finding peace in your life and that we felt in our life that our life was a better place if we had the right music in front of us.”
In addition to working with Gatt and Pheme, Pheman said he also had the opportunity to work on the new Faith Salies album with fellow musician Matt Schon.
In 2018, Phermen announced he had joined the group.
This is the first time the band has recorded since its first full-year in 2019.
“But I feel that it’s still a very important part of the band and we have a very good record to share. “
There are new songs, but there are also things we’re doing that we haven’t done before,” he continued.
“But I feel that it’s still a very important part of the band and we have a very good record to share.
Faith Hedge was founded in 2001 by guitarist Matt Schoen, bass player Adam Lacey, and drummer Josh Gott.
Since then, the group has released three albums: Faith Salie: 2007; Faith Hedge: 2008; and Hope: 2010.
Their third album, Word of Hope: 2018, was recorded in May 2018 in Los Angeles and released in late October 2018.
But also, I think it has been an important album, I feel it’s more about a deeper exploration of who we are and what we love. “
[I] think we have been trying to put out records that are honest, that we feel comfortable with.
But also, I think it has been an important album, I feel it’s more about a deeper exploration of who we are and what we love.
I think we’re coming closer to that, and I feel the world is listening.”
Read more about Faith Hedge and Phemeri in the Faith Hede Peth website