Riley Clemmons has released her third studio album, Church Pew, via Capitol Christian Music Group.
From the introspective opening piano chords of “Church Pew” to the heartbreaking loss and grief reflected in “This Side of Heaven,” Clemmons opens her heart on the new songs. A new video for “Jesus Cries” from the album is out now.
This past spring, she debuted the first single from the project, “Loved By You,” which has since surpassed 4.4 million streams worldwide. The follow-up single, “Miracle,” has garnered more than two million streams and has been used in videos across social media celebrating everything from new babies and weddings to overcoming battles with disease and addiction.
“Creating this album allowed me to rediscover what truly inspires me and resonates with me as a songwriter and a 23 year-old woman who loves Jesus,” shares Clemmons. “I’m overjoyed and excited to finally share this collection of songs and stories. My hope is that listeners will be able to find their own stories of faith, joy, and healing intertwined within these lyrics and melodies.”
Clemmons’ 2018 self-titled album debut resulted in a New Artist Of the Year nomination and a performance spot at the 50th GMA Dove Awards. Her sophomore Godsend in 2021 cemented her place as an artist to watch, and included the lead single, “Fighting for Me,” which has 160 million worldwide streams. In 2021, Clemmons was nominated for Female Artist of the Year at the ninth annual K-LOVE Fan Awards, making her the youngest nominee in the show’s history, and Billboard named her one of the top Christian Artists for the year ending 2022.
Later this month, she will join Zach Williams on his “A Hundred Highways Tour” followed by the “I Don’t Want Christmas To End Tour” through the end of the year.
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