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Play of the Week - "Oh Earth / Gravity of Love" by The Brilliance

Monday, February 13, 2017

We are excited to offer "Oh Earth / Gravity of Love" from The Brilliance's new album, All Is Not Lost, as this week's "Play of the Week." You'll hear the full instrumentation and will be able to access to the song for free for the entire week through this Sunday, February 19, in our MultiTrack app, Playback.  If you've never used Playback, now is a great time to download it for free on the App Store and try it out.  What better way to start the week than with some new music?

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New MultiTracks Available from The Brilliance

Friday, January 27, 2017

In a world faced with suffering, division and hate, New York-based liturgical band The Brilliance offers the hope that - even still - All Is Not Lost.  This is the title of their latest project which weaves together themes of unity, love, and peace in answer to the struggles our world is facing today. These themes abound in songs such as in the single "See The Love," which expresses a longing to see love when we're surrounded by turmoil and brokenness and "Will We Ever Rise" which questions if we can someday rise above all that divides us and recognizes that Christ's love is the answer and the key to restoration.  "Night Has Passed / Morning Has Broken" is another great song that encourages people to rejoice in the life we've been given and to find hope in each new day.  These songs are certain to have great impact as they are relevant to what today's culture is facing and they give an encouraging message that believers can carry into their daily lives.  All Is Not Lost is now available on iTunes.  Pick up your copy of the album today!

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MultiTracks Now Available from The Brilliance

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Longtime friends, John Arndt and David Gungor, joined together to work on a project of crafting songs around the liturgical calendar for the congregation where David was leading worship.  It was through this collaboration that the worship duo, The Brilliance, was born.  Their new release, Brother, blends classical and popular styles together to create a sound that is both familiar and unique, allowing for their music to be utilized in many different settings. David shares, "Some of the greatest classical works ever composed were for the Church. We want to make art that, in a sense, is commissioned by my church and is music for the church; but that tells a bigger story."

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