Aaron David Frith Has 'Lifeline' Album Re-Released, Available Digitally For First Time

Jan 27 2012

British singer/songwriter Aaron David Frith has had his debut solo album 'Lifeline' re-released this week by the Push Community, a collective of music makers who help to train and develop worship writers and leaders to serve their local church.

'Lifeline' was first released independently in 2009 but is now available from iTunes and Amazon for the first time. Prior to his solo recording, Aaron was best known for being the front man in a number of bands. He started out in the band 'Fruit' in the mid 90s, before moving on to form the band 'Sabio' who supported Delirious? on tour. He was later the lead singer in 'Oversol' who toured extensively in the UK, included a support slot with Athlete.

In an interview with Louder Than The Music when the album was first released, Aaron said "I wrote the track 'Lifeline' in one of my lowest times. I wasn't fitting into Church, my marriage was struggling and I just seemed to have built myself an Island of insecurity and was deeply unhappy putting my life in the hands of record labels instead of God's."

"From the place I was at I wrote a lyric in desperation 'I don't mind being broken if I'm closer to You' and broken I was. I think my Mum always said be careful what you wish for! So this song came out and was the catalyst for me to dedicate a whole bunch of recordings to God and I thought 'lifeline' would be an appropriate title."

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