Today, GRAMMY®-nominated band Building 429 releases their newest single “Not Finished Yet.” Continuing the band’s tradition of delivering big songs with big emotion, the new song is a stirring, hopeful pop anthem about how even when we stray far away, God is there, ready to draw us close to Him. “Not Finished Yet’ was written by Building 429 frontman Jason Roy along with Riley Friesen, who also produced the song.
“At a certain point in life, we all get a moment to take a cold, hard, unflinching look in the mirror and take stock of who we really are,” shares Jason Roy. “On a good day, I know that I can see love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. The next day, if I’m honest, I might see the exact opposite. The truth is that the COVID pandemic gave us all a LOT of time to look in the mirror and see the things that we wish we knew how to change. I realized that the beginning of freedom and hope was the moment I finally admitted I didn’t have it all together and I still needed Jesus to complete the work in me.”
A lyric video for “Not Finished Yet” also releases today and can be viewed below.
Excited to be returning to the stage, Building 429 will be playing a full schedule of festivals this summer. The most current tour dates are below, but be sure to stay up to date on their tour page for any updates.
6.5 – Lifelight – Watford City, ND
6.11 – Resound Fest – Bethany, MO
6.27 – Elevate 2021 – Scottsdale, AZ
7.7 – SOAR Conference – Dallas, TX
7.11 – STAR – Fort Wayne, IN
7.17 – Hills Alive Festival – Rapid City, SD
7.18 – Hills Alive Festival – Rapid City, SD
7.20 – Fair Jam – Bucyrus, OH
7.25 – Six Flags – Darien Center, NY
8.6 – Feel Good Friday Summer Series – Van Wert, OH
8.7 – Williamston Worship Festival – Williamston, MI
8.13 – 5th Annual Pulse FMs Downtown Summer Series – South Bend, IN
8.20 – Kendrick Park – Sheridan, WY
8.28 – Christian Fest – Woodford, VA
9.10 – T. Further Center – Angola, IN
9.18 – Shippensburg Fairgrounds – Shippensburg, PA
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