Unspoken Releases “What He Says About You”

~ Unspoken Releases “What He Says About You” Ahead Of Fourth Full-Length Album Set To Launch Later This Year ~

RIAA Certified Gold®-selling Centricity Music band Unspoken releases its first radio single of 2024, “What He Says About You,” which will be featured on the group’s fourth, full-length studio album set to release later this year. The single is available now at digital and streaming outlets globally via https://unspokenband.lnk.to/WHSAYand follows three No. 1 Billboard radio songs, 11 Top 15 hits, over 350,000,000 on-demand streams and more than 152,000,000 music video views racked-up since Unspoken’s formation in 2014.

Written by Unspoken’s Chad Mattson and Jon Lowry along with Ethan HulseTyrus MorganTedd TTony Wood and Chris Stevens, “What He Says About You” was produced by Stevens (TobyMac, Carrie Underwood) along with Thomas Toner (Jelly Roll, Upchurch).

“There are one million voices vying for our attention. Social media, news, culture, peers, not to mention the voices in our heads. It’s a struggle to hear the truth among the lies. We wrote this song with our daughters in mind, wanting to remind them that there’s only one voice that really matters: the Voice of Jesus,” says Mattson referencing John 10:27-28. “I don’t know what voices you’re hearing today, but the word of God always brings us back to reality in truth. You are loved, chosen and treasured. That is the truth. Don’t give power to lies you may tell yourself or that are spoken over you, because truly, the only thing that matters is what He says about you.”

“The world will tell us it doesn’t matter what anyone else thinks about us, it only matters what we think about ourselves. But Paul shows us we can’t even trust our own feelings,” adds Lowry referencing 1 Corinthians 4: 3, 4. “Only through trusting what God says about us can we have true freedom from the lies others tell us and the lies we tell ourselves. And what does God tell us? As we place our faith in the finished work of Christ, the Father sees us and says, ‘you are my beloved child in whom I am well pleased.’”


You are loved


Long before the day you were born

You are held


Treasured more than you’ll ever know

When the lies get loud

Let the truth ring out

Till the only thing you’re listening to

Is what he says about you

The new music follows Unspoken’s God Help Me 2023 EP featuring the “God Help Me” music video that has that has been viewed more than 2.8M times on YouTube alone and 2019’s Reason, whose title track became the band’s biggest multi-format chart-topper to date. The album also produced a pair of Top 15 radio singles: “You’ve Always Been” and “Just Give Me Jesus.”

For more Unspoken music, tour, news and information, go to https://unspokenmusic.com/

Who Is Unspoken?

About Unspoken: Unspoken’s music is as distinct as its roots. Its soulful, pop-flavored songs are led by the Adam Levine-esque vocals of Chad Mattson. Fueled by Mattson’s transparency as a songwriter who has battled addiction and is now two decades into his sobriety, along with Jon Lowry (bass), Ariel Munoz (drums), Zach Smith (guitars) and Matthew Calloway (keys), Unspoken has no fear of mixing it up, whether backed by a horn section, gospel choir or hip-hop rhythms. The band released its self-titled album in 2014 sparking two No. 1 Billboardradio hits, “Start A Fire” and “Lift My Life Up,” which launched them into headliner tour positions. The band’s sophomore album, Follow Through (2016), debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard Top Christian Album Chart while its album, Reason (2019), sparked the band’s biggest, multiformat No. 1 hit so far, “Reason.” Unspoken’s Top 10 AC hits include: “Good Fight,” “You’ve Always Been” and the iTunes Top Christian Song of the Year in 2012, “Who You Are.” Having toured with TobyMac, Casting Crowns, Mercy Me, Big Daddy Weave and more, Unspoken band members are living out their mission to be unspoken testimonies to God’s love and power, and to speak what oftentimes goes unsaid.

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