'Counting Every Blessing' Sets New Career Precedent for Rend Collective

Oct 07 2018

Rend Collective's hit single, "Counting Every Blessing" has set a new career precedent for the Irish celebration band. No. 4 and climbing at Christian Airplay, the track is Rend Collective's highest charting radio single spending nine consecutive weeks in the Top 10, reaching over 7.9 million listeners. Adding to the momentum, the songs music video has gained over 1.5 million views on YouTube, with over 15.5 million streams topping 124 thousand units in global track consumption.


The anthem is featured on the band's latest, Good News, and Good News: Deluxe Edition which released on Aug. 24 with six alternative live tracks in addition to the 15 original tracks from the group's critically acclaimed Good News, which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Christian Albums chart. The six new recordings include live acoustic sessions of "Nailed To The Cross," "Rescuer (Good News)" and current radio favorite "Counting Every Blessing," as well as three live performances from the band's sold-out hometown show in Belfast, Ireland.

Rend is currently headlining their international "Good News Tour," and recently announced new U.S. dates this fall with special guest Cody Carnes in select cities. Kicking off on Oct. 17, the tour will hit 20 markets throughout the country. For tickets and additional information visit https://rendcollective.com/pages/tour.

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