|Valley Worship have performed and recorded live their own rendition of the classic Christmas hymn "We Three Kings Of Orient Are" in the title of "Star Of Wonder (Thy Perfect Light)." It is an anthemic piece that provides reverence and a strong melodic declaration of Christ's coming in view of the historic event of His birth. With soaring guitars, and vocal melodies, this song can provide a special closing to any Christmas service or show. Valley Worship wants to provide context, and a deeper understanding to the single's artwork sharing, "When looking closely, you will see three shooting stars on the left portion of the photo. We used this imagery to exemplify what that burning star may have been to the shepherd or wisemen on that special night, and what was the star to be followed."
"It is grouped in three to also signify the divine nature of Christ’s arrival, eventually fulfilling prophesy and becoming Father-Spirit-Son (The Trinity). You will also notice the right portion is fairly lit up and recognizable (stars, light), signifying the light that Christ is to this world, and that without Him, none of it (Earth) would be at all. The left upper portion (In which the stars are arriving from) is void... mysterious... and unknown... which often represents our curiosity of the heavenly realms. We can’t even begin to imagine on our own, but with HIM... our eyes see, and ears hear... with Thy perfect light.” -Ben Lounsbury