Rising singer/songwriter Josh Wilson returns this April with a highly anticipated new studio album, Carry Me. Known for being one of the top pop songwriters and author of 3 No. 1 hit singles and over 200,000 career album sales, Wilson has been living up to his well-earned reputation as “the future of Christian pop” since his 2008 debut Trying to Fit The Ocean in a Cup. Wilson’s albums consistently pop up on Year-End Top Ten lists.
Once again teaming up with acclaimed producer Matt Bronlewee, Carry Me features first single, “Carry Me” which goes for adds at Christian radio this coming January and once again exhibits Wilson’s gift of relating the challenges of life and the need for a Saviour like no one else. The song is a simple, honest prayer asking God to hold on to our fragile hearts – a prayer Wilson has voiced repeatedly since first experiencing severe anxiety and panic attacks. These vulnerable times reminding him that he is not in control no matter how hard he tries. “All I can do in those moments is pray,” Wilson shares, “and I'm thankful that coming to the end of myself has brought me so close to a Father and Saviour who loves me and will never leave me.”
In addition to that encouraging message being broadcast over the airwaves this January, Wilson shares his songs and story on the road this February opening for Third Day throughout the Spring.