One Sonic Society To Start Work On New Album

Sep 23 2014

Worship collective One Sonic Society are to start working on a new album next month. The group, which consists of guitarist Stu G, producer and songwriter Jason Ingram, and producer/drummer Paul Mabury, last released an album in 2012.

"I'm really excited to be going back in the studio with one sonic society in October making a new batch of music. We also have some dates in November", confirmed former Delirious guitarist Stu G on his Facebook page this week.

One Sonic Society released 'Live At The Tracking Room' in 2012 featuring several new songs plus many of their popular worship tracks such as 'Forever Reign' and 'Almighty God'. The group released their first full-length album 'Forever Reign' after three mini EPs.

The trio have written some of the biggest worship songs in the church today and have individually produced some of the biggest artists in CCM and worship music.

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