For King & Country announces new single and Christmas tour
There seems to be no stopping the Christian duo For King & Country, which has already released several singles and an album, received gold certification for a record, undergone surgery and revealed that they will appear in two upcoming movies this year, and it does not stop there.
On August 6th, the Australian duo releases its new single, “Relate,” which is about finding unity despite personal differences.
“’Relate’ is really the ongoing search for compassion and empathy amidst our differences. For us, music has always been about the sense of finding community and connection through the universal language of song. We are brought together in a beautiful way by that lyric or melody regardless of our backgrounds, differences or where we are from… As the chorus conveys, ‘I don’t know what it is like to be you, you do not know what it is like to be me, but what if we are all the same in different kinds of ways, can you relate?’” Luke and Joel Smallbone of For King & Country said in a statement.
On August 6th, the duo will not only release the song but also the music video, and For King & Country will perform “Relate” live on the morning talk show Fox & Friends.
Two tours right after each other
At the moment, For King & Country is touring the United States and Canada with the duo’s first arena tour since the COVID-19 outbreak.
The tour is called ‘Relate | The 2021 Fall Tour’ and ends in Rochester, Minnesota on November 14th – just two weeks before For King & Country’s next big project kicks off.
The two brothers have just announced that they will embark on a Christmas tour, the “A Drummer Boy Christmas Tour,” in the United States from November 27th to December 19th.
“It is the most wonderful time of the year… And one of our favorite shows to perform! We are thrilled to be bringing ‘A Drummer Boy Christmas’ to you in person and indoors for the very first time. We will be bringing the lights, the stage and all the holiday cheer. And in the spirit of giving, we will be supporting our friends at The Salvation Army to help families in need throughout the tour. Looking forward to ringing in this Christmas season with you,” Luke and Joel Smallbone said in a statement.
Tickets for both tours are up for sale on For King & Country’s official website.
Continued partnership with The Salvation Army
Last Christmas, For King & Country held the “A Drummer Boy Drive-In: The Christmas Tour,” where fans sat in their cars in front of a stage because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Back then, For King & Country partnered with The Salvation Army for a national toy drive, where fans were asked to bring new, unwrapped toys to the concerts that would be picked up by the local Salvation Army.
The Salvation Army would then distribute the toys to families in need.
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