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Martin Smith heads “Back to the Start”

Former Delirious? frontman Martin Smith just released his third solo effort, Back To The Start. The record is a collection of favorites from his solo debut, God's Great Dance Floor, Step 01, and follow-up, God's Great Dance Floor, Step 02. Back to the Start reintroduces songs from Smith's tour with Bethel Music to North American audiences.

Smith is experiencing a musical rebirth of sorts following almost 20-years with his band, Delirious?. The music comes out of a new season of living in community, reconnecting with Jesus and with his local Church body. Smith has always had a passion for leading worship, and this new release is packed with songs meant to draw the listener into closer communion with God.  

The first radio single from this new collection, "Emmanuel," was written with Matt Redman and Nick Herbert. The collection also features co-writes with Michael W. Smith, Chris Tomlin, Rend Collective Members Gareth Gilkeson and Chris Llewellyn, Tim Hughes, Reuben Morgan and more.

Highlights of the album include "Song Of Solomon," a song Martin describes as "one of the most intimate songs I've ever written," and a duet with Sarah Bird on "Waiting Here For You."

Taking these new songs and Delirious? fan favorites on the road, Smith will be hitting 10-cities throughout the UK on "Martin Smith's God's Great Club Tour." For all the latest tour updates and more, go to http://martinsmith.tv.



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