There are only a handful of new songs going for adds on the radio in November but they're all great! Listen for ...

"Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)" by Hillsong UNITED

From February's Zion, the personal feel of the beautiful "Oceans (Where Feet My Fail)" will touch your heart as it leads you towards a deeper relationship with Jesus.

From the song ...

Spirit lead me where my trust is without borders
Let me walk upon the waters
Wherever You would call me
Take me deeper than my feet could ever wander
And my faith will be made stronger
In the presence of my Savior

"Cynics & Critics" - Icon For Hire

The title track from the hard rocker's sophomore release shows an even better Icon For Hire than their 2011 debut, Scripted, gave us. Mixing electronica with hard rock and lyrics that tell a story that many will be able to relate to, this song rocks!

From the song ...

oh this is all we know
oh tragic and miserable
we're not cynics, we just don't believe a word you say
we're not critics, we just hate it all anyway
oh this is all we've got
oh we do what we've been taught
we're not cynics, we just don't believe a word you say
we're not critics, we just hate it all anyway

 

"Beautiful Day" - Jamie Grace

The first single from Jamie's upcoming 2014 album, "Beautiful Day" is gaining traction at radio. The young songstress talked about the tune, saying that even though it is a fun song, it also "has a message saying that in spite of what we're going through, every day is a good day and an incredible gift because God made it. In my young life I've learned that every day can begin with worshipping my Creator."

From the song ...

And oooooh there's something 'bout the way
Your sun shines on my face
It's a love so true, I could never get enough of You
This feeling can't be wrong
I'm about to get my worship on, take me away
It's a beautiful day.
It's a beautiful day.

"You Alone" - Kutless

The first single from the band's upcoming and (so far) unnamed 2014 album, "You Alone" is also getting radio love. Despite the fact that David J. Stewart "exposes" Kutless as being "straight from Satan," the lyrics to this song tell a different story (as do the majority of their lyrics and their lifestyles).

At Your name
Every knee will bow
Every voice will shout
We will shout

"Slow Suicide" - Scott Stapp

From the upcoming November release, Proof of Life, "Slow Suicide" likens living life without Jesus as being a slow form of suicide. The former Creed frontman speaks from the heart and isn't afraid to share his mistakes with the world through his songs and his story.

I can't let this life pass me by
In a blink of an eye it ends
I can't let my tomorrows decide
What I am in this life
It's like committing slow suicide