“I’ve said the words ‘God Help Me’ so many times the last year and a half of my life, ’God Help Me’ to be obedient…”

Throughout her career as both a songwriter and recording artist, PLUMB has established a highly respected voice in a myriad of genres, selling over half a million albums and 3 million singles worldwide.  Beginning with her own chart-topping singles (“Stranded,” “God-Shaped Hole”), PLUMB has continually defied genre definition, becoming “known for a wide-ranging musical palette, which has led to success on multiple Billboard charts” (BILLBOARD, July 2013). The breadth of PLUMB’s creative relevance is driven by both her otherworldly voice, making her a perfect fit on numerous soundtracks and TV placements, as well as a pure songwriter, including cuts by Mandy Moore, Michelle Branch, Natalie Grant. PLUMB has also garnered wide acceptance in the dance/remix community, collaborated with EDM heavyweights Paul Van Dyk and BT, and seen six Top 5’s and three #1 Billboard Hot Dance singles in the past 5 years. Plumb’s latest album, NEED YOU NOW, is proving to be her strongest yet, crossing 150k albums and including close to 500k singles on the back of DOVE nominated break out singles “Need You Now” spending multiple weeks at #1 on various charts and follow-up “Don’t Deserve You” seeing international success.

After the runaway success of two consecutive albums – Need You Now and Exhale – that combined for over 300,000 albums and millions of singles sold and streamed, an impressive authorial debut (memoir Need You Now – A Story of Hope, now in it’s fourth pressing), and close to 300 tour dates in 3 years (including 120+ with Big Daddy Weave in 2016), Plumb took some much deserved time in late 2016 and early 2017 to recharge and spend time with her family. And yet, as is so often the case, it was down time with her family that gave inspiration for beginning it all anew.

“I’ve said the words ‘God Help Me’ so many times the last year and a half of my life,” reflects Plumb. “’God Help Me’ to be obedient, to help when I’ve wanted to give up from the frustrations of career and parenting and marriage, whatever. I’ve taught my kids that when they are stuck or scared and don’t know what to say, they can just look to Jesus. They simply say ‘God Help Me’.”

PLUMB launched the next chapter of her career, releasing her new single “God Help Me.” The song has already found a place on radio, and gaining support with music programmers across the country. She then released the “God Help Me” EP.