|PIC1|Jeremy Camp is making noise this week to get his fans to speak up, speak now, speak loud with his new release, "Speaking Louder Than Before", which dropped into stores and online on Tuesday.
Co-produced by Jeremy Camp and Grammy Award winning producer Brown Bannister this his first project in over two years. Through the past few years and all that has happened in his life, Camp has realised the urgency of speaking louder to all.
"I have walked through the valleys, the mountains, and plains," shares Camp. "That's why I'm speaking up, that's why I'm speaking now and loud."
It is this newfound passion that is stirring Camp to stand up this week. One of the events that will be taking place around his anticipated release includes an online debut of the title track music video at Yahoo! Music.
Additionally online fans can log in free and watch the release day concert live via Camp's website at 3am GMT on Wednesday (Tuesday 7pm PST). Fans can also join the live chat that will accompany the stream by going to the website.
To get fans speaking up in their own community, Camp launched a contest this past weekend on YouTube. To officially enter the contest, fans are to create a video, email the posted link to email@example.com and spread the word about their video to family and friends. The video with the most views on YouTube will win a VIP prize pack from Jeremy Camp.
Along with Camp's newly designed official website, an album site has been launched this week featuring sections to "Share Your Story", watch devotional videos from the album, download wallpapers, banners, MySpace themes and Scripture links.
Online and in-store incentives are taking place with the release to give fans an extra bonus with the purchased album. At iTunes, a full album purchase will include an exclusive Christmas track, "Christ is Come".
The debut radio single "There Will Be A Day" has hugely impacted radio, soaring up to the Top 10 in every format with increased spins weekly including No 1 on the US AC Indicator chart.
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Jeremy Camp speaks louder than before with new release
Published 25 November 2008