NASHVILLE, TENN. – Five-time GRAMMY-nominated singer/songwriter Brandon Heath has released his sixth studio album, Faith Hope Love Repeat, available now for download and streaming. The collection of songs on Faith Hope Love Repeat are a reflection of Heath’s current season of life including everything from his faith to learning he’s going to be a first-time father later this year.
Today Heath released a special video series for each song on the album in American Sign Language featuring ASL Interpreters. This is the first of its kind for an artist to release videos of an entire album in ASL – click here to watch the entire album’s playlist. See below for his current radio single “Whole Heart” in the ASL video collection.
“Good music isn’t just heard, it’s experienced,” shares Brandon Heath. “Anyone who knows how a song stirs emotion knows that. I wanted to share my music with an audience that relies on visual communication, like the deaf and hard of hearing community and that’s why I’m making the new record, Faith Hope Love Repeat, available in American Sign Language.”
Celebrating his new album, Heath attended the 48th Annual GMA Dove Awards last week and presented the award for BLUEGRASS/COUNTRY/ROOTS ALBUM OF THE YEAR to Reba McEntire. In addition to speaking to speaking with on the red carpet and backstage, Heath stopped by NBC’s TODAY in Nashville to talk with co-host Kelly Sutton about the new project as well as performed the title track.
Media have stated that Faith Hope Love Repeat “is certain to become a fan favorite,” (The Christian Beat) that it “is certainly an album for anyone’s collection,” (CMAddict) and that it “taps right into the sounds of today, merging both his singer-songwriter side and soulful pop strides” (CCM Magazine). Last month Heath also exclusively revealed with PEOPLE.com that he and his wife were expecting their first child – a girl – in December. Fans can also catch Heath on tour this fall on the Tenth Avenue North “I Have This Hope” tour. See the remaining tour dates here.