Sound of the House to Release Sophomore Live Album Debut Single 'Every Single Time' Inspired by Seven-Year Infertility Journey

Sep 02 2022

Florida-based house worship ministry, Sound of the House, is set to release, "Every Single Time," the debut single off the band’s sophomore live album (coming October 28th) that reverberates the stubborn faith of Sound of House leaders, Austin and Lindsey Adamec, through their seven-year infertility journey.

Inspired by 2 Timothy 2:13, "Every Single Time" dares listeners to believe that God remains faithful even when we are faithless. Even when we've lost all hope, He cannot deny Himself. In the Adamecs’ case, the song was written from the perspective of maintaining strong faith in the trenches of their journey through infertility. Despite their heartache, the couple maintained their focus on Jesus and found hope - being blessed with a baby boy over seven years later. The lyrics boldly proclaim just that:

From the gravity of Calvary
To the details of today
The same hands that hold the world
Are holding me the same

Co-written by Austin & Lindsey Adamec and Maverick City's "Man of Your Word" co-writer, Nathan Jess, and produced by Taylor Moenning, the new single is set to be released Sept. 2 followed by the full album on October 28th. From the energetic centerpiece of voices to the organic blending together of punchy drums and slide guitar, "Every Single Time" brings joy and light to each room where it is played.

"Faith has bloomed! Hope has been restored," said leader Austin Adamec when asked how listeners have responded to the single thus far. "The song is pretty hype throughout so there's a lot of movement, jumping and dancing."

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