The Sunrise Promotes Marriage by Releasing First Official Music Video
According to press release of the Sunrise, after receiving praise from Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Chris Hillman of the Byrds, and enlisting Phil Keaggy on lead guitar and Joe Vitale on drums, Christian pop rock band The Sunrise have just released their first official music video for the song, “We Have Not Heard.”
The official music video, “We Have Not Heard,” follows a husband and wife through a crisis in their marriage and highlights the success that only a reliance on God can bring to a marriage.
Recently honored with the prestigious ASCAP Golden Note Award, Phil Keaggy is the featured lead guitarist on the song, “We Have Not Heard.” Phil Keaggy is known for his work with Glass Harp, and his faith-based solo albums.
Recognized worldwide as a drummer, solo artist, and songwriter, Joe Vitale is featured on drums on The Sunrise song, “We Have Not Heard.” Joe Vitale has performed with some of the most popular groups around including Crosby Stills and Nash, the Eagles, and Joe Walsh.
The video was created and directed by Kate Elwell of media en Route. It was filmed in Rochester, New York. The main actors: Jeremy Rath, Kim Reinagel, Carl Manning, William Steiner, and Janet Grace are perfectly selected for the roles, and allow the viewer to connect emotionally with the message of the video.
The beauty of marriage is conveyed in this video while acknowledging the ups and downs that can occur. The video, “We Have Not Heard,” shows how the importance of relying on God for strength and guidance is always the answer, both in marriage and for life in general.
A husband and wife duo, The Sunrise formed in 2009, and have released two original albums. The Sunrise breaks the mold of current cookie-cutter popular music with engaging, inspirational, and often convicting songs, meant for true music fans, while spreading the message of Jesus Christ.
The Sunrise's recent album release, “We Have Not Heard,” has received very positive reviews. CCM Magazine gave the album four stars and says that it, “exudes musical and spiritual authenticity that shouldn't be ignored.” Gospel Music Channel (gmcTV.com) notes, “The Sunrise is certainly in a class of its own,” and calls the album, We Have Not Heard, “a title we are truly excited about.”