We speak with Luke Smallbone of for KING & COUNTRY about the band's brand new Christmas album, their upcoming drive-in tour and how COVID-19 has shifted how they've created music this year.
Evoking the emotions common to many twenty-somethings, Reeves builds an easy-to-listen-to, radio-friendly collection of songs that engage the auditory nerves with electronica evocative instrumentation and lyrics that are easy for those of any age to relate.
Each track of Patient Kingdom belays a layer of calm and serenity as you are transported to the back hills of the heartland and guided on a lush filled journey of peace with the confidence of knowing that God is by your side and that you are never alone.
Cardiphonia Music presents the perfect album to amplify the lament in Daughter Zion's Woe, a collection of wonderful female artists who have developed beautiful songs from the female perspective to express the emotions felt by those who are tired of masks, quarantine, and social distancing.
From its opening seconds to last, this song is exactly the declaration the church needed this year. Not ignoring the pain and hardship of this season while still remembering the promises of God’s faithfulness, “Catch Me Singing” will no doubt be a congregational favorite for the foreseeable future as it bolsters weary souls and fervently declares the promises of God.
Full of encouragement that leads us to respond in worship to the Father, Order Disorder Reorder is a power-packed record overflowing with lyrical gems and melodies that invite the listener to cling to the truth of Scripture regardless of their circumstances.
"Comfort, Oh Comfort" by Caroline Cobb, from her upcoming album A Seed, A Sunrise: Advent to Christmas Songs
The beautiful thing about worship is that, though this song was written with a specific church body in mind, it’s relevant and impactful to everyone who hears it. Sure to encourage listeners who are feeling weary in their faith, “Never Stop Singing” is a well-timed battle-cry of praise.
Carried by Skye’s powerful yet reverent vocal, “Come Move In Us” is a beautiful prayer for the church to adopt as their own in this particular season of unrest and longing.
Faithful God, musically, has something for everyone. After experiencing some personnel changes, I Am They seems to have found the perfect combination for this record as it is sure to be one you will want to listen to again and again.