All it takes is a split second to glimpse God's grace in the midst of daily life---and then, blink, that instant is gone forever! In her most personal album yet, Plumb shares fleeting but precious experiences from her own life---and opens your eyes to the momentary miracles that fill each new day.
It’s been 10 years since a band called Plumb hit the scene with its electronic-rock driven self-titled disc that paved the way for future mega-bands Evanescence and Flyleaf. Since 2000, Plumb has gone from being a band to being the stage moniker for lead vocalist-turned-soloist Tiffany Arbuckle Lee, a woman known for pensive lyrical fare and a rich, if not sometimes haunting, soprano voice.
But an even bigger change for Plumb came with her marriage and the subsequent birth of her two sons. The result became Blink, a collection of modern pop lullabies and reflective narratives on life as a wife, mother, artist and follower of God.
"From the get-go when I had the dream in the back of my mind to do music, I never wanted to be labeled country or Christian or whatever," says the outspoken artist, whose real name is Tiffany Arbuckle Lee. "I've just wanted to be a singer/songwriter appreciated for her artistry and musicianship by people from all walks of life. My life as a Christian is to be evident through each step along the way—not just when I'm in the studio or on stage, but with my interaction with the Wal-Mart cashier or wherever."