Shenandoah is releasing a new single, “Noise” today. The group recently inked a recording contract with BMG for the new single and forthcoming album, which is slated for the first quarter of 2018. Rascal Flatts’ Jay DeMarcus, a longtime friend of the band, produced the new song.
“Special thanks to Jay DeMarcus for taking such an interest in Shenandoah to produce this song on us,” said Shenandoah’s Mike McGuire. “If it hadn’t been for him, we’d have never gone in the studio to do this project. He struck the perfect balance of keeping our original sound and at the same time, making us sound current.”
“Having the fortunate opportunity to get a record deal with BMG after 30 years of being in this business is beyond exciting,” says Shenandoah lead singer Marty Raybon. “The new music has given flames to embers that have burned since we started in 1987. It’s been 20 years since our last recordings. The new music is fresh, up to date and allows us to continue where we left off. We feel like we still have so much to say when it comes to music and it gives us the joy of sharing it with country music fans all over the world.”
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