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NEW RELEASES | Week of 4/5/21

Elevation Worship x Mav City | Talking To Jesus

"In a world that constantly reinforces that we have to do certain things to gain access or status, we have instant access with our Heavenly Father who is so passionately in love with us and wants to talk to us at all times,” says Lake. The song nods to the familiar hymn with the refrain: “What a friend we have in Jesus,” carrying the message that even though life can become complicated, God is always available for a relationship with His children.

Community Music | Make Room EP

Since its initial release in 2019, "Make Room" has been gaining traction in congregations globally. The Make Room EP includes a new acoustic, a Spanish, and Portuguese version! "God is so good to us! We are running after his heart with all we have... we have seen glimpses of his glory in the last few months but we believe His fullness is right around the corner! Let it fall on us."

Circuit Rider Music | Jesus People

"This is a song for all those that are troubled, heavy-hearted, run-down, empty-handed, wandering, looking for forgiveness. He is waiting. Go and listen today and share with someone who needs a bit of hope in their ears."

Highlands Worship | This Is Jesus

This is Jesus features a new version of a worship classic in Be Exalted (Above All), as well as songs used this year in our Palm Sunday and Easter Services at Church of the Highlands. The title track This is Jesus is a triumphant declaration of our Savior’s victory over death and the hope we have in Him.”

Cross Worship | Evidence

"Easter is always a reminder of God’s love for us, His goodness, and a testament of His miracles, signs and wonders! Let us rejoice together in song singing, 'we’ve seen the evidence of His goodness…All OVER OUR LIVES!'"

Movements Worship | Moments EP

With their debut release Moments they feature a mixture of anthemic, upbeat songs of faith ("God Of Faithfulness," "You’ve Already Won") and corporate prayers and invitations ("Here And Now," "Like You"). Their hope is to inspire people to a personal expression of faith and encourage a new sound of worship to rise up within the church.



Decibel Worship | Tear Through the Veil
Nick & Becky Drake | Forever Yours
Sean Feucht | Sweet As Honey
STN Worship | From The Ruins (Live)
YWAM Worship | To The Ends of The Earth
YWAMN Worship | Every Nation / Isaiah 6
Andrea Olson | God Victorious
Ascent Project | Tell My Fight
Canyon Hills Worship | See Your Face
FAITHFUL | The Detour
ICF Worship | In My Midnight
Vineyard Worship | Thin Place

Decibel Worship | Tear Through The Veil

Decibel Worship’s latest single, Tear Through the Veil is a song that serves as a timely reminder during Easter as we remember Christ’s resurrection. This song’s message is centered on its lyrics, speaking volumes of our beautiful Savior’s love for us. At the cross, the veil of judgment that once separated us from God was torn, revealing His love and grace that we can freely receive today.

This is why we can sing... “There is nothing that could ever separate us / How strong and how wide / How deep is Your faithful love / Unchanging, unceasing / Your work cannot be undone.”

We pray that as you listen and meditate on the lyrics of this song, may it bring to remembrance the heights and depths of Jesus’ love for you. No matter who you are or where you’ve been, know that because of His perfect sacrifice, you can run into the Father’s loving arms and find rest in His perfect love.

Original Master Multitracks and other worship leading resources are now available!

Tear Through The Veil Lyrics Video

NEW Podcast Episode with David Ware (Hillsong Worship)

In our Season 2 finale we sit down with David Ware of Hillsong Worship! We learn about his “God adventure,” the evolving mission of Hillsong Worship to be “a global church for the local expression,” and the beautiful behind-the-scenes story of how Fresh Wind came to be. "We can often complicate creativity. God’s truth is simple."

David also speaks on authentic worship leading and that Hillsong is a byproduct of the real success story: that Jesus is going to build His church where He says He’s going to build it. 

Luke Anderson | 8068 Kit Boutique Collection

Luke Anderson has created a bundle focusing on vintage and boutique drum sounds. This kick and snare bundle was created sampling a variety of classic drums kits and well as Luke’s favorite copper snare drum recorded through one of the most sought after vintage recording console, the Neve 8068. The third installment in Luke’s 8068 Kit series, these samples are perfect for use in your recordings or as live drum triggers.

  • 45 boutique kick and snare samples.

  • Kick hits with different beaters and velocities.

  • Snare samples with no dampening and moongel dampening.

  • Create unique tone combinations in your mixes or use them live.

  • Perfect for songwriters, snare sound reinforcement and studio mix engineers.

NEW RELEASES | Week of 3/29/21

The Belonging Co | The Truth

"The Truth (feat. Lauren Strahm and Andrew Holt), is a bold new anthem that unashamedly declares Jesus is the only way, truth, and life. This worship moment, captured live at The Belonging Co, serves as a compass, pointing the Church back to the basis of our faith, our due North, Jesus Christ."

Phil Wickham | House of the Lord

“WE are the Church and inside of you is everything you need to totally impact, shape, and change the world around you for the kingdom of God. Jesus has put inside of us life everlasting and a joy that cannot be stolen. We may experience tribulation, grief, and pain; that is all part of the human experience but deeper than that is a joy that Jesus has given us, for he has given us a future and a hope.  Wherever you are, YOU be the house of the Lord and bring the presence of God wherever you go. Amen.”

Crowder | He Is

"This is a song for all those that are troubled, heavy-hearted, run-down, empty-handed, wandering, looking for forgiveness. He is waiting. Go and listen today and share with someone who needs a bit of hope in their ears."

Josh Baldwin | Evidence (Live)

The reimagined version of Josh Baldwin’s Evidence features his good friend and fellow Bethel Music Collective member, Dante Bowe. Stripped-down, this version unfolds into a natural and organic sound for Josh, taking him back to his deep southern roots. Josh describes this song as a journey of coming home, watching as all throughout his history, God has faithfully walked beside him every step of the way

The Belonging Co | Turn Your Eyes (Alternate Version)

The Belonging Co is a Nashville-based church who's desire is encounter over entertainment, intimacy over industry, presence over presentation, people over position, and most of all, Jesus over everything. They have released a new arrangement for Turn Your Eyes with tracks and parts for a full band. This version is available now with the hope that churches everywhere can use this song to encounter the presence of God!

Passion | Breakthrough Miracle Power (LIVE)

"Breakthrough Miracle Power” declares the character of God and the victory found in Christ. The live version, recorded at Passion 2021 in Atlanta with friends Tauren Wells and Maverick City Music, were significant stakes in the ground for the Church to sing in the midst of uncertain times, lifting our eyes to a God who remains faithful and gives us power from Heaven in all circumstances.



Urban Life Worship | Fokus EP
Christ for the Nations Worship | King of Glory
Bethany Music | Been So Good
Crossroads Music | Conquered Grave EP
The Worship Initiative | Vol. 25
Foothills Collective | On That Sunday Morning

Elevation Worship | Jireh

GRAMMY nominated and Billboard #1 worship groups Elevation Worship and Maverick City are gearing up for the release of their collaborative live album, Old Church Basement, dropping April 30, 2021. The album’s highly anticipated first single, Jireh featuring Chandler Moore and Naomi Raine of Maverick City is available today! 

“Over the past year, the Mav crew has become more like family to us,” says Chris Brown from Elevation Worship. “The times we’ve spent writing and worshipping together have been very special and felt equally important to what God was doing in both of our ministries.” Out of one of their first songwriting sessions came the song Jireh, a powerful ballad that Elevation Worship has been singing in their church services for several months. “It was the first song Pastor Steven and I wrote with Chandler Moore and Naomi Raine and it’s the song that kickstarted the idea for the entire project, Old Church Basement," says Brown.

Jireh features lead vocals from Chandler Moore and Naomi Raine, who are also credited as co-writers on the track. “This song has honestly been a reminder for me that God is everything we’ll ever need. My prayer and hope is that everyone who listens to this is reminded of the Father’s heart toward us and that He loves to take care of us,” says Naomi Raine of Maverick City. Watch the live video and learn more HERE.

Behind The Song | Ben Cantelon's "Hosanna"

The Hebrew meaning for word Hosanna is to ‘save or rescue.’ It also can mean ‘savior.’ I think sometimes we can think of the word Hosanna as a ‘triumphant’ word or expression but in most instances it is a cry for help. I find it fascinating that the Israelites used the word ‘Hosanna’. Little did they know that it would become not only a cry of help for those who were there in that moment, but it would become a prophetic statement for all of humanity. The Israelites did not know that Jesus was about to die for the sins of the world so that we could have eternal life. They were calling out to a Savior to save them.

For me personally, I love that this song has so much tension in it. Especially in the chorus and bridge. I feel like in that moment when Jesus was being ushered down the streets of Jerusalem, there would have been tension. A sense of praise, wonder and adoration – but equally at the same time there would have be sadness, sorrow and desperation.

Hosanna, Hosanna
In the Highest forever
Hosanna, Hosanna
Hallelujah forever

The chorus is so simple yet it conveys that tension. We are declaring when we sing Hosanna ‘Lord save us, rescue us’. Then we balance it out with praise with the lines ‘In the highest forever’ and ‘Hallelujah, forever’.

This is such a great way and powerful way to approach our relationship with Jesus. We need to present to Him what we need saving from or rescuing from in our lives. But when we do, we must not forget the importance of bringing our praise and adoration to Him even in our darkest moment of need. The tension is where the Lord is. He hears our cries and he deserves our praise.

- Ben Cantelon on Hosanna 

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