David Archuleta Delivers "Postcards in the Sky"
International pop star David Archuleta is set to release his latest album, "Postcards in the Sky" on 20th October. This 16 track album is David's first full-length project since 2013’s "No Matter How Far." Pre-order is available here.
Postcards in the Sky will be released on Archuleta’s own, Archie Music/Tone Tree Music. Archuleta formed this music label after returning from being a volunteer missionary in Santiago, Chile.
After returning to Nashville, Archuleta started writing songs with former Civil Wars' Joy Williams, Jeremy Bose, and luminary producers Jeremy Bose, and Cason Cooley, among others. The experiences fostered in Chile detailed in his like “Numb” and “Spotlight Down,” has inspired Archuleta to change his approach to songwriting. He focuses on honest, heartfelt lyrics combining the process of self-reflection with the power of pop melodies. He said,
“The music is all about saying, ‘Wait a second, why am I doing this in the first place?’ ”
“It was therapeutic working with them,” Archuleta recalls. “I wrote these stories [my career so far]. … That was a great experience, and I learned a ton, and now I’m here, and I’m like, ‘Wow! I get to create music, but this time I have my own reason to do it.”
Boasting a new sound to wrap itself around the golden-voiced savant’s world-renowned singing, the music on Postcards bursts with a kaleidoscopic fusion of dance-pop hooks (“Up All Night”), lush balladry (“Say Me”) and dreamy synthesizer symphonies (“Postcards in the Sky”).
“These songs are about the struggle of finding your own voice and how hard it can be sometimes to believe in yourself,” the singer explains. Archuleta took inspiration from the constellations for the project.
“The upcoming album as a whole serves that purpose to get people to look up and for something more,” he says, “whether that’s looking for God, for a deeper connection to life or finding more of who they are. I’m a huge believer that looking up will always serve a purpose, and we will move forward more filled and stronger.”
For more visit: www.davidarchuleta.com.
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