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The 400 years of silence between the Old and New Testament's has been turned into a song.

The Boy & the Sea, who recently released a song made for the Winnipeg Jets hockey club, came out with a teaser for their new album, Common Ghosts.

The new song, "Nobody", fills in the time before the arrival of Jesus, during the 400 years of silence. Lead singer Mike Burnard says they wanted to continue the story by writing this teaser, but leave the individual song ambiguous until you hear all the songs together in order.

"Our music can be played in places that Christian music isn't, quote unquote, normally played," Burnard explained. "Some people that hear (this song) are just going to hear that this person's ex is a bad person to be in a relationship with, but it's actually the story of Israel."

Burnard says that it's a creative group of guys who all write music, which makes it difficult for them to stop writing, which is where the idea of a teaser song came from.

The new album is expected to be out in early June and is the chronological story of Jesus told through the eyes of people who met him.

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