Movie Featuring “Beautifully Broken” Releases Next Week, Along With Plumb’s Second Book
NASHVILLE, TN. (August 17, 2018) Award winning artist Plumb has released the music video for her latest single, “Beautifully Broken.” The video premiered through Sirius XM’s The Message yesterday and is now viewable on the singer-songwriter’s Youtube page and below.
Hitting the Top 20 at Christian radio, “Beautifully Broken” was written by Plumb and Jenny Slate Lee for the upcoming Big Film Factory feature of the same name. The Beautifully Broken movie comes out in theaters next Friday, August 24. [Watch the trailer here.]
“Beautifully Broken,” a powerful testimony about finding Jesus through vulnerability, is also the the title track from Plumb’s new album, which released last month to critical acclaim:
“Plumb reveals once again that she can cut right to your heart while reminding us of basic, crucial principles—like our worth in Christ—and give us a great sounding pop record in the process. I suspect this will be one of my favorites this year.” — Jesusfreakhideout
“With Plumb’s stunning vocal range, intriguingly intricate melodies, heartfelt lyrics, and themes of God’s grace, faithfulness, and love throughout, Beautifully Broken is easily one of my favorite releaes of 2018 and a must-listen.” – Today’s Christian Entertainment
Aside from music Plumb, has another new release up her sleeve: her second book. Fight for Her…Even if You Have to Fight Her, a non-fiction book about communication among women, will be available next Friday, August 24.
“Good friendships will say truthful things, even if they are hard to hear,” Plumb says. “I think it’s important to be lead by the Holy Spirit when you’re speaking into your friends’ lives, that you’re prayerful of what you say and that it comes from a place of love. And I feel like this book can really equip women to speak truth to the fellow women in their lives who God is calling them to fight for. He might be calling you to fight for your literal daughter, or maybe your future daughter, or the daughter in the cubicle next to you at work. All women are daughters, and they need to be faught for and to know they’re being faught for.”