When we were making our album 'Attack', I didn't know what to expect. I was nervous. Nervous to make an album by ourselves, and nervous to ask our fans to support it. And then our fan support exceeded far and above what we had asked, and I was reminded that we are not alone. Everyone wants to be a part of something that is bigger than them. And that's exactly what the body of Christ is. In the body of Christ every part is important, and every part is powerful. Music is one of those powerful forces that God uses to change the world, one life at a time. When we started Disciple we wanted to play music that would impact people's lives, and that mission has never been stronger than it is today. And while the world goes their way, we are the rebels who will walk the other way. We are the rebels who will change the world. We're asking you to join us, to stand with us as we combine the power of music with the power of the gospel of Jesus Christ, to change this world, one life at a time. Long Live the Rebels.
- Kevin Young, Joey West, Andrew Stanton, Josiah Prince
Risks and challenges
Since we funded our last album using this same method, we are very aware of the many tasks involved with a campaign like this. Firstly, we have to make a great record, which is no small amount of work. Beyond that, there are dozens of decisions to be made that are usually taken care of by a record label, i.e. how to promote the album, when to release the album, which songs to release as singles etc... and on top of THAT we will be responsible for fulfilling the perk orders for this campaign! It's a lot to tackle, but we are confident that with all the lessons we learned during our last Kickstarter campaign, we will be more than able to deliver on all counts.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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