Faith Assembly is a Synthpop project run by Mark Stacy, who founded the project and currently continues it in the USA. Stacy started out releasing recordings on his own Record Label, The Diary of Winter Publishing, and later was taken on by the record label A Different Drum.

Faith Assembly has produced a number of albums and several singles, their most famous within the underground synthpop scene probably being Shades of Blue and Red Ambition. Faith Assembly's songs often feature on A Different Drum compilations and taster CDs.


Using the classic 80s synthpop sound in the early albums such as Shades of Blue and The Diary of Winter, Stacy makes use of guitars, retro synths, samples from old films and female vocals to produce a sound not unlike 80s groups ABC, Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark and Simple Minds.



Year Title Notes
1993 Shades Of Blue 1st studio album; Reissued in 1998
1997 My Mortal Beloved 2nd studio album
2000 Ghosts I Have Been 3rd studio album; Reissued in 2009
2003 Windmills remix album with studio tracks + DVD
2008 Descent Into Madness 4th studio album
2011 Dreams from Arcadia Greatest Hits Compilation Album from 1991–2011


Year Title Notes
1991 The Diary of Winter EP; Reissued in 1996


Year Title Album
1993 "Denial" 1 Shades of Blue
1994 "Redemption" 1
1994 "Pool of Tears" 1
1996 "Reflections in the Window" 1 The Diary of Winter
1996 "Her Deepest Sleep" My Mortal Beloved
1997 "Red Ambition"
1999 "Crash and Burn" Ghosts I Have Been
2006 "Carry Me" 1 Descent into Madness
2009 "Scarborough Fair" 2 -
  • 1 Limited promo release
  • 2 Digital single

Similar musical style to Faith Assembly

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