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Release day is strongest yet, Hitting #4 in Christian & Gospel iTunes Charts (USA), #1 Inspirational iTunes Charts (Canada), #26 All Albums iTunes Charts (Canada)
The City Harmonic Make Headway on Tour Bus Crowdfunding Project

<p”>Internationally acclaimed band, The City Harmonic, released “HEART” on September 1st (Internationally) and 3rd (USA) to critical and fan acclaim. The 14 songs on HEART are underscored by the cinematic and communal aesthetic prominent in all of the band’s music while building from where the band left off with its widely acclaimed, JUNO Award-winning I Have A Dream (It Feels Like Home.  Reflecting life lived by the band members since their full-length debut, the new album shifts from the dream of what could and should be to the complexities of how to follow the true humanity of Christ’s example in the world. To order your copy of “HEART”, please click on the following links

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Co-produced by the band – vocalist/songwriter and pianist Elias Dummer, bassist Eric Fusilier, guitarist Aaron Powell and drummer Josh Vanderlaan – and Jared Fox, HEARTplaces Christ at the center while delving into themes of grace, discipleship and being, and becoming, truly human, all the while giving the listener permission to sing out in hope, in hurt.

With Eric planning to rejoin the group on the road, having been sidelined since his cancer diagnosis early last year, The City Harmonic have launched the “CityBus Project” crowd-funding campaign at IndieGoGo-  raising $5,721 of $30,000 in the first couple days of the 30-day project. The potential “perks” for donors are many but many include free tickets to shows on their headline tour with special guests Shawn McDonald and The Royal Royal that hits the road in October.  For more info on the CityBus Project click the image below!

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Watch the recently relaunched site, www.thecityharmonic.com, for all the latest tour dates and more as the band is about “getting people in on the act—hearts pounding and feet moving.”  Listeners continue to resonate en masse, instinctively joining the chorus while the band’s music dynamically bounces from sparse intimacy to soaring celebration and back again.

Forming nearly four years ago, The City Harmonic went from anonymity to widespread acclaim, headlining tours across North America and gathering numerous awards along the way.  In addition to the Juno Award, the band has a Gospel Music Association (GMA) New Artist of the Year Dove Award nomination, four GMA Canada Covenant Awards and nearly 3,000,000 YouTube channel views. The band’s “Manifesto” has sold well over 100,000 copies, marking the only song from a new artist in 2011 to break into the top 10 of the SoundScan Top Current digital singles sales chart.