"At the start of the year, we had big plans to promote 'Rise Up (Lazarus),' but COVID-19 canceled every single one of them," Taylor explains. "We honestly just counted this year as a loss and tried to lower all expectations but now, we have a top ten song on the radio! If we ever needed any more proof of God's faithfulness, this is it. He still had a plan when all of ours failed. Anything above that is just icing on the 'Rise Up' cake."
CAIN is currently sharing "Rise Up (Lazarus)" live along with other songs from their debut EP while on tour with I AM THEY. Along with additional one-off dates throughout 2020, they will join Zach Williams' rescheduled Rescue Story Tour next spring.
There's vocal harmony, and then there's preacher's-kids-growing-up-in-Alabama, sharing-one-room-all-their-lives, touring-as-a-family-band-harmony. The phrase-bending, chills-making, sibling harmony, and when you pair it with the soft rock sounds we've all been missing since the '70s, there you find the magic of CAIN, toeing the line between new and nostalgia. Choosing warm, analog tones from some of their influences, like The Eagles and Bob Seger, while not neglecting a crisp, current vocal, making something new altogether. The group has toured all across the US, UK, and Canada, performing at notable festivals like C2C in London and Cavendish Beach Music Fest, but they feel it's all been preparation for where God is calling them: Christian music. Madison said, "Everything in our career to this point has been a matter of 'making it.' Every song, show, or video had the undertone of 'I hope this will be our big break.' It really took letting it all go and saying 'God, what do You want us to say?' Now, making music brings us pure joy, and I hope the audience can feel it in the songs."
CAIN's debut project with Sony Music Entertainment's label, Provident Label Group is out now.
They currently reside in Nashville and are worship leaders at their home church. Be sure to visit their website CainTheBand.com