New Album “Postcards In The Sky” by editor | Oct 21, 2017 | News | 5 comments David Archuleta’s new album “Postcards In The Sky” is out now! You can purchase it from iTunes or Amazon, as well as stream it on Spotify. 5 Comments TOfan on November 10, 2017 at 9:24 am love love LOVE this new album, every single song, but especially the title track. But what is up with the email newsletter I subscribed to a while back?? I remember getting one before Orion came out but then nothing. :( I get emails from Ed Sheeran, Mumford & Sons etc., but not David, who I would prefer getting emails from, lol. Part of my job involves email marketing so I know what an effective way it is to get the word out… this album is just so amazing, I just want more people to give it a listen! Thanks for these incredible songs, David… they inspire, they bring joy, they heal. ♥ ♥ ♥ Log in to Reply pabuckie on October 22, 2017 at 6:21 pm David, I love all these new songs you have on this CD. They’re all so beautiful and meaningful. This album is very special! I only hope since Amazon has sold out of physical copies that I can still get one. It’s on order but just wondering if they will get them in. I am really loving all the lyrics you came up with to these new songs. Can tell they’re from your heart. This is my favorite CD of yours. Thank you for pouring your heart and soul into them!! Log in to Reply pepper on October 21, 2017 at 1:42 pm David, just had to come here and say how beautiful your new album is. What an outstanding, creative, inspiring work of art, really. Loving the music, every song on Postcards In The Sky has something unique to say and you deliver the message so well with your gorgeous vocals. Thank you! This is a very special album. I am hoping that it will also be available from Amazon Canada. Right now it seems it is only available in the U,S. Keeping my fingers crossed for a physical CD. I have my download of course from Itunes but would love a CD too. In the meantime I will continue to enjoy all these wonderful songs. :) Log in to Reply Martha on October 21, 2017 at 5:56 am What can I say, David. You left it all out there; every word reflects moments that not only you experienced but many have experienced and are experiencing. Expressing what those experiences are and then telling us what you did to help yourself move forward, is so helpful to all and gives us that “ray of hope” we desperately need sometimes. It is about coming out the other side: a promise of God which we need to receive. Thank you so much for opening your life to us; showing the love for your “neighbor”. ♥ Log in to Reply mykconcepcion on October 21, 2017 at 12:56 am Congratulations Postcards In The Sky album is just AwesomeA very uplifting musical experience. Thank you so much David Log in to Reply Submit a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.