PhoeBreeze’s new song “Faith Healing” is the first single from her forthcoming album Faith Healing.
The song, which was produced by The Roots’ J. Cole and featuring a guest appearance from Phoebsons brother, will be released on September 21.
Phoebes bandmates Joe Perry and J.
Cole have been involved in the production, and the track, which is currently in the works, will feature Cole’s vocals.
“The new album is a collection of songs that are all about faith healing,” PhoeBs band said in a statement.
“We have been doing this for many years and are very grateful for the support we have received from the community.
Faith Healing is about celebrating the healing process and sharing the stories that have shaped our lives.”
“Faith healing is about feeling good and moving forward,” Perry said in the release.
“And to have this song be our first single is a huge honour.”
Phoebreeze has been touring extensively with the new album, which features hits from her solo career and the Roots.
She’s been working on a new solo album for more than a year and has been performing at festivals around the world, including this year’s Coachella music festival in Indio, California.
Phoes new album was recorded in Phoeboe, Tennessee and mixed in Nashville, Tennessee.
It is set to be released via PhoeBoe in late September.
PhOEBreezes new album has been released on August 18 and features the singles “I Can See” and “Faith Heal.”
“I’ve never felt more confident,” Phoes brother, Joe, told ABC News of his new album.
“It’s not about trying to make the album bigger or bigger or better than it is, it’s about finding ways to make things as simple as possible.”
Phoes family has been supportive of her efforts, telling ABC News they were happy to hear her new song was in the music industry.
“They were all excited to hear it, and it was great to hear,” Phye said.
“You can hear their excitement about it, they’re excited to know that it’s out there.
They’re going to be very excited to see what it does.”
The Roots have been collaborating with Phoebies new album on various projects, including with a live performance.
“When we heard the album we were so excited and we’re so thankful to Phoe, her band, and everyone else that made it possible,” J Cole said in an interview with ABC News.
“This was something that we wanted to do, so we’re really excited about it.”
Phye is the latest artist to make a new album in the PhoeBe and Roots camps.
Phye released her self-titled debut album in 2016 and has since been on the road with her band.
“Faith is the most beautiful thing, the most profound and most precious thing,” Phayes song said on the album.
Pheebreezes latest album, Faith Healing, is available for pre-order and is slated for release on September 24.