About Eternity Focus
Eternity Focus is an up and coming group of Contemporary Christian Recording Artists made up of four sisters; Alika, Danika, Janika (Slayden) and Lainika Seaman. Their newest album, The Best is Yet to Be, was recorded in Nashville and released in January of 2015. With a fresh pop sound and harmony arrangements produced by Jonathan Crone and Phil Naish, the original songs written by the girls from personal life experiences feature raw emotion and will inspire hope that the best is truly yet to be.
Eternity Focus has been touring nationwide since the release of their first self-titled album in 2007. Since then, Eternity Focus, has recorded five albums including; The Best is Yet to Be (2015), Live the Lyrics (2011), More Than Christmas (2010), Nothing to Lose (2008) and Eternity Focus (2007).
Their album, Live the Lyrics, was recorded at Dark Horse Recording Studios and Givens House Studios in Franklin, TN. They released the title track Live the Lyrics to radio in August of 2012 and it has been added to Christian stations worldwide. It was also a featured single on Nashville Publicity Group’s Ten Project which was released in 2013. Ten Project features artists like Propaganda, Johnny & Joanne Cash, Bryan Duncan and others. A portion of the proceeds from Ten Project are donated to charities of the artist’s choice.
In 2010, the group recorded album number three at Dark Horse Recording Studios in Franklin, TN. More Than Christmas features their Christmas single Wonder which aired on over 600 stations worldwide in 2010 and 2011.
Their second album, Nothing to Lose, was released in October of 2008. In August of 2008, Eternity Focus placed in the Top 7 in the Group Artistry Category at the Gospel Music Association’s Music in the Rockies held in Estes Park, CO. I Choose You (featured on their second album Nothing to Lose) placed in the Top 20 in the Songwriting Competition at GMA’s Music in the Rockies as well.
Prior to the group’s first album release in April of 2007, Eternity Focus was invited to compete in the National Fine Arts Festival (NFAF) for six years (2001-2007). While competing their final year at NFAF in August of 2007, their song Unmistakable, featured on their first album, placed third in the nation at the National Fine Arts Festival in the Individual Songwriting Category. Likewise, their song I Still Believe was awarded fifth in the nation in the Collaborated Songwriting competition. For more information about Eternity Focus, check out the blogs, videos, and photos.