For King & Country To Release ‘Burn The Ships’ In October

For King & Country will release their full-length album, Burn the Ships, on Oct. 5. The album’s lead single “joy.” has given the group their first appearance on Billboard’s All Genre Digital Song Sales Chart. “joy.” has been streamed more than four million times in the U.S.

“This record is about how we learn from our past – how we use that knowledge to inform our future,” says the duo’s Joel Smallbone. “Like a lot of us, our own journey hasn’t always been easy, but we’ve found that you can rise up from the dust, walk away, and dance among the heartache. We hope that the music on this album conveys that sentiment and connects with everyone in a positive way.”

The album’s cover image was shot in Iceland, a country that has become somewhat of a centerpiece for the album. While in Iceland the brothers shot the music video for the song “Pioneers,” which was released today, and the song was added to Spotify’s “New Music Friday” playlist. The video features Joel, Luke, and their wives Moriah and Courtney contemplating the Icelandic countryside.

“When life gets difficult, it may be tough to look at things in a positive light,” adds Luke Smallbone. “We found ourselves contemplating many different themes and feelings between our last album and now. Although things may have seemed tough at times, we dug deep within ourselves and found that while it’s not easy to reconcile the past, the voyage ahead becomes substantially clearer if you can.”

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