If you're looking for info about Stockholm Syndrome's release delays, click here to read our latest update.
Derek Webb announced a tentative May 2009 release date for his titled new album, Stockholm Syndrome. In an email sent out today, he teases the new record as a "more experimental, electronic album" (which the direction of his wife Sandra McCraken's latest album, Red Balloon, seems to confirm).
Webb is an odd animal of Christian music – he's overly lauded on one side and almost completely ignored on the other – but we're excited about the news:
It's been over a year since Derek released his critically acclaimed The Ringing Bell, and he's currently writing and recording his new album, which we hear is going to be titled Stockholm Syndrome. He's collaborating with long time friend and former Caedmon's Call bandmate Josh Moore on what is rumored to be a more experimental, electronic album. Teasing with programmed and decidedly more 'inorganic' elements, Stockholm Syndrome is shaping up to be Derek's most ambitious album to date. Be on the lookout for a tentative May 2009 release.
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