Anthem Lights started to make music for the first time together with their new member Joey Stamper on Wednesday (May 30). Former member Kyle Kupecky announced his departure from the band
early May 2012 to pursue a solo career. Shortly after, the fresh-faced Joey Stamper was announced as the newest member
to join Anthem Lights on May 14, 2012.
The group posted on Facebook, "Making music today! (and for the first time with Joey Stamper!) We're working on a cover song... Can anyone guess which song???"
Fans responded with diverse guesses from country singer Carrie Underwood to Christian band For King and Country. Great anticipation was shown from fans eager to hear more music from the foursome. "Yah!!!! Can't wait to hear it!!! So excited!!! :D Go Joey!! :)," wrote Anyi Bruhn.
The group constantly is active sends messages of encouragement and advice
to their followers on Facebook and Twitter, giving hope to young people that look up to them as role models.
The charismatic and Christ-centered pop group sees ministry as their priority in all that they do.
Anthem Lights is "intentional on being more than just another pop group. We understood our calling, that we were meant to be more than ‘music business. We were called to share the Light we’ve been given. To build people up. To lead the way.”
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