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David Baloche is a NYC-based high school rhetoric teacher. He grew up in Texas surrounded by music: his mother singing harmonies into his ears on Sunday mornings, his father drilling music theory, his teachers instilling a love of classical music. Over the years, his curiosity led him to pick up guitar, bass, piano, trumpet, horn, clarinet, and anything else he could get his hands on. When not teaching, David composes for film/television and writes folk songs.

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MultiTracks Now Available from David Baloche's "Labyrinth"

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

David Baloche's new contemplative scripture-based album Labyrinth is the first volume in an upcoming series that offers unique musical meditations with this first project focusing on scriptures that address anxiety and stress.  Though songs are corporate in nature, Labyrinth is also an ideal soundscape for use during times of personal and corporate prayer and meditation.  The lyrics from each song are taken directly from scripture as "Lead Me to the Rock" quotes Psalm 61:1-2 and "Come To Me" which pulls from both Matthew 11:28 and Proverbs 3:24.  David explains, "The Labyrinth project isn’t an escape; it’s an encounter… with one’s self and with God.  It is a sonic labyrinth, a song experience to prepare for scripture and worship, as if to say, ‘pay attention, we’re headed for something deeper’.”  David's father Paul Baloche, who helped produce the album adds, “In an anxious and busy world, Labyrinth is a powerful way to experience God’s Word while filling our hearts and minds with His peace through verbatim scripture set to ambient music... allowing us to soak in God’s Word.”  We're big fans of David's new project around here at MultiTracks.com and we encourage you to download your copy of Labyrinth on iTunes today!

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