|Title:||Talking Off Balance / Standing On The Sun|
|Style:||Synthwave, New Wave|
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|A||Talking Off Balance|
|B||Standing On The Sun|
In late 2017, it was announced that Newsboys invited previous lead singer Peter Furler and former bassist Phil Joel join the rest of the band on a tour the following year and would be known as the Newsboys United Tour. The release of the single The Cross Has the Final Word in addition to the tour’s success led the band to extend the tour and release a full album in 2019 entitled United with both Furler and Joel. The album features the singles Greatness of Our God, Symphony, and This I Know, leading fans to believe the album will contain a contemporary worship feel
Cat Mother and The All Night Newsboys was an American musical group, originally formed in New York and later based in Mendocino, California, most active in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Cat Mother and The All Night Newsboys was co-founded by Roy Michaels (February 25, 1942–September 23, 2008) and Bob Smith (July 7, 1942–March 21, 1991) in the fall of 1967.
Don't want to talk All I hear is noise Don't want to talk. The future's in my hands I hold it in my palms Engrave it in the ley lines running right down her arms. Standing On The Shore" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
By the time Furler left Newsboys, the group had produced five gold albums, received four Grammy Award nominations and won five Dove Awards. Furler was not only its singer, but also songwriter and producer. He even founded its record label, Inpop. But he was burning out, Furler says. So after helping the Newsboys choose former DC Talk singer Michael Tait to replace him, then helping Tait acclimate to the role, Furler took 18 months off from the music business. But now Furler is back with his first solo album, On Fire, released in June, and doing his first solo tour as part of Winter Jam. The disc’s songs, such as the first single, Reach, sparkle with the pop sensibilities that gave Newsboys so many hits - not unexpected because of Furler’s influence on the band.